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Replace the primary SMTP address on an entire Exchange 2007 Mailbox

Hi Experts,

I need to replace the primary SMTP address on an entire Exchange 2007 Mailbox. I know to use set-mailbox EMS command to change one account. Does anyone have idea for all addresses from an Mailbox instead of addressing just one account?

Thanks!
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ReesAssociatesCommented:
Are you wanting to change the email addresses for your current domain or change the authoritative domain?
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CRIITAuthor Commented:
I want to keep the domain name like abc.org but change the all email address from someone@abc.org to someone@efg.org.
Thanks!
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ReesAssociatesCommented:
Sorry, but I may be misunderstanding.  So you are wanting to change the domain.  By your example, it seems that you are wanting to change the domain from @abc.org to @def.org.  If that is the case, you will want to change the authoritative doman.  If you are wanting to change the default email addresses for your doman Ex: jon.boyd@abc.com vs boyd.jon@abc.com then you will need to chnage the email address policy.  Both procedues can be perfomed under the Exchange Management Console>Organization Configuration>Hub Transport
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