Exchange Server 2007 Accepted Domains Issue

Posted on 2012-08-28
Last Modified: 2012-08-28
Good Day,

We are attempting to add a second domain to our Exchange Server. We followed instructions for adding the Accepted Domain and Email Address Policies.

When attempting to add a new mailbox for a new user, we get to the area of assigning the User Logon Name and the new domain is not listed (e.g. in the drop down list to select.

I have gone as far as to reboot the Exchange Server, still no luck.

Any assistance will be greatly appreciated.

When responding, please have in mind that I am not well versed in Exchange Server.


Question by:Brockstedt
    LVL 52

    Expert Comment

    by:Manpreet SIngh Khatra to see this in the user logon you need to add this to UPN suffix ... what your working till now is getting this listed in the Email address of user.

    - Rancy
    LVL 52

    Accepted Solution

    Add User Principal Name Suffixes

    - Rancy
    LVL 33

    Assisted Solution

    EMC wouldn't show you you're email address, in fact it gets stamped after you create the mailbox, what you're seeing is UPN Suffix, here are the steps to modify it (that's if you want to)


    Author Closing Comment

    That fixed it guys.

    I appreciate the quick responses, didn't even get to come back and open my Coke before ya'll posted the solution.

    Ya'll are fantastic.


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