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E-Mail addresses in new Exchange organization don't contain an X400 email address

No-X400-email-address-IncorrectContains-X400-email-address-CorrectI just set up Exchange 2010 within a Server 2008 R2 Active Directory environment.

The problem is that whenever I create email addresses in my newly created domain, these email addresses don't contain X400 email addresses (see the screenshot "No-X400-email-address-Incorrect").

However, if I take a look at a different Exchange Server environment, the email addresses within this other Exchange server environment do contain X400 email addresses (see the screenshot "Contains-X400-email-address-Correct") .

I have had to whiteout the domain names within these email addresses.

How can I fix this issue so that all newly created email addresses within the Exchange 2010 organization that I just set up will contain the X400 email addresses?

Please provide me with the exact steps.
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8/22/2022 - Mon
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Can someone please provide me with the instruction on how "to edit e-mail address policy and add it as a Custom Address?"
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Yes I did run the Setup.com /PrepareAD before installing Exchange.

The two screenshots that I posted in this question are from two different companies.

I will try your suggestions next week.
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