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Hello everybody,

In our company we use first letter of the first name and the first letter of the last name @domain.com as e-mail address.

Like as@sample.com

I can't find a rule which does that for me!? And I don't wan't to do each and every mail of this 60 mailboxes manually.

Is there a Powershell command!?

Thanks a lot

Regards,
CoDeX2k
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That would be set in your recipient policy.
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are you looking for something to modify the existing email address policy?
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I'm looking for a way to create or modify the default email address policy that it will do:

first letter of first name + first letter of last name @ourdomain.com

Sample:
First Name: John
Last Name: Smith

would be: js@ourcompany.com
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Create a new policy to do this.
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you can find the policy under Organization Configuration --> Hub Transport in EMC
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I allready did but I can only choose between this (attached file)


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you can check the second part of http://www.petri.co.il/configure-specific-email-addresses-exchange-2007-recipients.htm 

the email generation string will be %1g.%1s@domain.com where

%g  = givenName
%s  = sn (Last name)

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thanks a lot rakeshmiglani
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