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Recipient Policies in Exchange

Posted on 2011-09-17
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I am upgrading from Exchange Server 2003 to Exchange server 14.01 which is part of 2011 Small Business Server.  Where do I set the Recipient Default Policy for all users.  In Exchange 2003 it is under system manager and under recipients.  I cant find it in the Exchange Management Console.  Does anyone know where those settings would be?
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It is set as the Accepted Domains under Organization Config> Hub Transport> Accepted Domains tab.
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Also, on the next tab E-mail Address Policies is where you configure accounts with the relevant email-addresses.
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