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Removing an alias from all users in AD

Posted on 2008-10-16
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hi,
i've accedently added an exchange alias for all users in y domain using the reciepient policy. (e.g. @somedomain)

i know it wont be deleted if i simply delete the policy..

does anyone know a way (using a script or any other tool) to globaly remove it from everyone and not having to do it manually one by one?

thanks!!
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Try to remove the policy and after doing that run the Recipient Update Services, select the service and force with "update now". This should update the email addresses in the AD.

hope it helps
regards

António Vargas
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thanks!!!!!
worked like a charm.... :)
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