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Name changes not reflecting in users email address.

It is my understanding that if a last name is changed for a user and my Email address policy is setup correctly that email addresses will update automatically.

MY email address policy is as follows

SMTP
@domain1.com (this is primary)
@domain1.local
@domain2.com
@domain3.com
@domain4.com
@domain5.com
@domain6.com

X400
c=us;a= ;p=Company;o-Exchange;

What am I missing in my policy, that is preventing name Exchange to populate email address and set to primary.

Lastly any change made to policy we would want old email addresses to stay in effect.
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you would need to define it.  By default, the addresses are generated off of the Exchange alias, which does not change when a username changes.  For example, if you wanted firstInitial.Lastname@domain, you would define it as:
%1g.%s@domain

%1g = first char of given name
%s = surname
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by:Joseph Daly
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Also make sure the user accounts in question have the checkbox marked "automatically update email address based on email address policy" under the E-mail addresses tab in the EMC.
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Thank you for that info, if I enter that %1g.%s@domain would there be any potential negative affects on current user email addresses when the policy runs?

Second what is entry for firstname.lastname@domain ?
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It will re-apply the policy to all user objects, but as long as it matches what they are supposed to have, you should be fine.

"firstname.lastname" would be "%g.%s"

variable list here:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb232171%28v=exchg.150%29.aspx
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