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Apply EmailAddresPolicy on Exchange 2007

Apply policy change on Exchange 2007 but return warnings on several mailboxes. Any advise on this ? Thanks

set-EmailAddressPolicy -Instance 'Default Policy'

Warning:
Failed to update recipient "upcrenewables.net/Users/David Abad". The following exception occurred: Exchange Server 2007 SERVER1.upcrenewables.net returned an error -2147023653 from the Address List Service..
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Steven WellsCommented:
Can you check that particular user and see if the security permissions are propergating correctly.

Open up AD, find user. Open Security > Advanced.

"Inherit from parent the permission entries that apply..."
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AXISHKAuthor Commented:
Hi,

The setting "Allow inheritable permissions from the parent to propagate to this object and all child objects." has been clicked.

Basically, I apply a policy on Exchange 2007 to remove an email domain from users and pop up for errors. I'm not doing anything on AD security group policy.

Thank
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Steven WellsCommented:
Understood, however exchange server will need to update the users settings. It can't do this if the security settings is blocked.  

It may just pay to double check the users accounts that it caused errors on. Sometimes it may happen for accounts that have no mailboxes.

you may also get this type of error in your event logs
Event ID 9554: Unable to update Mailbox SD in the DS. Mailbox Guid: f83fade5-8dc0-4f58-96bb-f5fd00b6e7c4. Error Code 0x8004010f

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AXISHKAuthor Commented:
I coudln't find this error message in my Event Viewer.

Any further advise on this ? So, does the setting sound correct ?
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Steven WellsCommented:
I would say it's all working fine. I would just check a few users to make sure it's applied correctly.
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AXISHKAuthor Commented:
Yes, only pop out message for few users. Others are working fine and I couldn't find any different in their settings compared with others ...
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Steven WellsCommented:
as long as the policy is set to apply automatically, you should have no further problems!
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