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Accepted Domain not working

Posted on 2010-09-06
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I have created an accepted domain on Exchange 2007 and made it the default. However, it is not working. All of the users still have the original domain name as their email address and not the newly created Authoritative Accepted Domain name which has been set as the default.  No mail is flowing in or out obviously.What am I doing wrong?
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you will also need to add the new domain to your default email address policy, and then re apply the email address policy to your mailboxes

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"All of the users still have the original domain name as their email  address and not the newly created Authoritative Accepted Domain name  which has been set as the default"

ontop of making creating the new "accepted domain"
need to also set "email address policy" for effect on changing users email addresses

reference: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa998940%28EXCHG.80%29.aspx
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i did create a policy... Old domain name still shows in SBS console..
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