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Issue with Exchange Default email and Alias

Posted on 2013-05-21
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Hello,

Had a strange issue with IPad and IPhone, with Exchange 2010 yesterday
User has been working perfectly for months and yesterday for some reason the mail swapped from the domain policy standard email “@company.com” to and alias of one of our other domains which is setup on exchange to  “@alias.com” and was not sending out via the default one.

I have checked Exchange mailbox and the default email is the correct email and I have checked the policy. Anyone have any ideas why this would have happened.
To correct the issue I had to manually change the email address on the iPad and phone back to the correct default email address.

Any ideas what would have caused this to happen?
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Question by:DarrenEley
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This happens to me sometimes as well.  Basically, there's an issue with the way Apple and Microsoft play together.  Sometimes they change protocols that get changed and it temporarily breaks the functionality.  You did the right thing.
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