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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.

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Raju
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by:Chris Dent
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Can you show us the filter string? And which version of Exchange is this?

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by:Mark Pavlak
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Whats a DL? Domain Local sec group?  What field in an AD account are your working with?
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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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What does this policy do?  Who does it need to apply to ie, users with mailbox, mailenabled groups etc.
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Please close this question - we had to create separate polices for mailbox and groups.

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