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Exchange 2007 Email Address Policy

Posted on 2009-04-13
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I am trying to add a secondary SMTP address to all of my end-users.  The domain name has been setup as an authoratative domain in Exchange 2007.  I apply the new address policy to all of my Exchange mailboxes, but the new secondary SMTP address does not show up on any of the users. Is there a log I can view to see what is going wrong?
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did you create a new address policy or edit the default?  If you created a new one, are there any conditions you set up such as company?  Have you checked the mailboxes to ensure that "Automatically update..." is checked?
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All Mailboxes are set to automatically update.  I accepted all defaults for the Address policy.  I have tried editing the default, and creating a new one.  I can watch the progress as the Policy is "Applied", but no secondary addresses show up on any user.
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