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Exchange 2007 E-mail Address Policy

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In my Exchange 2007 Server that I am now tasked to administer I have 4 policies listed in the TAB for E-mail Address Policies. We get mail for 4 domains into our server. The policies for #1 and #2 and #3 domains are all APPLIED = TRUE.
The default domain or should I say the Main domain is not listed in 1,2 or 3. So I expect that the DEFAULT Policy is supposed to take care of these users. But in the APPLIED column it is marked as APPLIED = FALSE.
I assume that since it is APPLIED=FALSE that it will not effect exixting mailboxes.

So my question is this. Does this Policy actually apply to my new users as I create mail boxes for them even though it is APPLIED=FALSE?
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Question by:NaplesFLDave
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by:Glen Knight
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Correct, if it is applied=False then it's not enabled.  Therefore will not be used when creating mailboxes.
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by:NaplesFLDave
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So if I understand your answer then, Since the DEFAUT POLICY / APPLIED=FALSE then ...
A) It will not effect existing Mail Boxes
B) It will not be applied to New Mail Boxes as they are created either

*Dave*
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correct, however, it will not remove the addresses from mailboxes that have had it applied to them just because it has been set to false.
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by:NaplesFLDave
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I understand.
Thanks.
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