Exchange 2010: new accepted domain and add to users

Hi there,
I add one accepted domain to receive mail.
When I go to configuration email of a user, I don’t have the new domain.
How to do in order to update the new accepted domain to all users (this new domain is not as default) ?
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you can define or edit an e-mail address policy under organisation configuration-> Hub Transport. Add an email address and select  the desired domain at  "Select the accepted domain for the e-mail address"

Afterwards apply the e-mail address policy
simlipAuthor Commented:
Impossible to edit it !
you should see a tab called "E-mail Address Policies" here you can edit or add a policy

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Impossible to edit it?

Was this server a fresh installation or an upgrade? If you cannot edit it then I believe there is a Powershell command you need to run that will allow you to then edit in the console.
You can try this from the EMS:
Set-EmailAddressPolicy "Default Policy" -IncludedRecipients AllRecipients

That upgrades the EAP. Try doing that, then see if you can alter it in the console.
You can edit the default Email Address Policy using EMC.

1. Launch Exchange Management Console
2. Expend on Organization Configuration Node | Click on Hub Transport | Click on Email Address Policy Tab
3. Right click the default Policy |Click Edit |Click Next 2 times
4. On Email Addresses | Click on Add
5. You can select the "newly accepted" domain at "Select Accepted domain for e-mail address"
6. Click Next to finish the wizard

You may require to restart MSExchange System Attendent services for changes apply to all users

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Yes this is the only option i do agree with suriyaehnop.

You can if it lets you, but if it was a legacy EAP then it won't let you until you upgrade it via EMS.
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