Recipeint Policy Issue

Posted on 2009-04-24
Last Modified: 2012-05-06
We have created a Email address Recipeint policy for a DL's stating the filtering rule to apply the policy to all starting with g *,but this is not getting applied even after forcing.

The default polcy is getting applied correctly.

The RP created is above the default policy in order.

Coudl you please assist.

Question by:kiran_kumar01
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    by:Chris Dent

    Can you show us the filter string? And which version of Exchange is this?

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    by:Mark Pavlak
    Whats a DL? Domain Local sec group?  What field in an AD account are your working with?

    Author Comment

    Yes they are domain local security groups. We have set the filter rule as all groups starting with g *

    Let me know if you need more info

    Thanks for looking

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    by:Mark Pavlak
    What does this policy do?  Who does it need to apply to ie, users with mailbox, mailenabled groups etc.

    Accepted Solution

    Please close this question - we had to create separate polices for mailbox and groups.


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