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E-mail address policy exchange 2010 sp1 not applied

Posted on 2011-10-11
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I have created an e-mail address policy that I have applied to a specific OU. I have configured this policy to add an e-mail address with their first name dot last name and with an accepted domain extension.

i.e. FirstName.LastName@acceptedDomain.ca

The policy does not apply.
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Question by:rorybrady
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by:Cooker85
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Are you getting any errors on screen when you try to apply the policy, what about in the application event log?
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by:rorybrady
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No errors and nothing in the application event log.
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seb_acker earned 2000 total points
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If you edit the policy, and preview the results on the filter, did some recipient appear ?
What is exactly the command you used to create the policy ?
Are you absolutely sure you didnt mistype the Recipientcontainer name ?
Did you apply it ?
Have you set a priority higher than any other policy you already have ?
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by:Hendrik Wiese
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Have you selected the "Automatically update e-mail addresses based on e-mail policy" on the user's mailbox properties on the E-Mail Addresses tab?
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by:rorybrady
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The problem was the priority was set to 3. I changed the priority to be 1 and it fixed the problem1
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