disable automatically update email addresses policy exchange 2007 Automatically for new mailboxes

Posted on 2009-04-22
Last Modified: 2012-06-22

I'm running Exchange 2007 to serve to different companys (domain names) and with a lot of surnames that does'nt fit in the default Exchange policy. Regarding to this, i have more exceptions than standard policy addresses.

What I need to do is disable the automatically update email addresses policy by default for new users. I've already changed the existing users.

Does anyone have suggestion?
Question by:bejebe
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    The only way that can be done is by using a template for new users, rather than the new user wizard.


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