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Exchange 2007 and updating an email address policy

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We have a new domain to add. We have about 90 mailboxes. Some mailboxes are set to auto update and some aren't.

What if a mailbox is set to auto update the policy, however the mailbox has 1 other address that is not in the policy? Does the policy update remove that 1 email address?

Just want to know more about what this policy update will do
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The EAP process will not remove addresses from mailboxes, only add them.
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Just the answer I was looking for. Thanks!
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