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Replicate mail accounts exchange 2010

Posted on 2014-04-12
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HI,

I´ve a exchange 2010 sp3 email server with some domains configured. A new domain has been configured  and is going to be the main one.


For example.

heze54@existing.com and the desired account heze54@new.com

Of course there are up to 1 hundred accounts configured and the new domain is still offline after full replication task.

My question:

Is there any way to autocreate and replicate accounts and data between configured domain and its accounts and a new configured domain without email accounts configured?

any idea?

regards
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You could configure the new domain in with your existing address policy forcing it to be primary. Exchange would process and add the new domain during its normal maint period.


http://exchangeserverpro.com/exchange-server-2010-email-address-policies/
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