I have a user who was mistakenly setup in AD and Exchange by his Middle name (which he goes by) but company policy requires us to set him up my his legal first name. Instead of just changing the existing account another admin created a new one and just moved over the other email address as an alias to the new account. Now in exchange that email address is associated with two mailboxes/AD accounts. We are a large company with several sub email domain names.
Username1 should have these email addresses:
Username2 should have these email addresses:
Username1@AliasA.com (His Middle name that he wants as his Primary SMTP address)
When I open Exchange Management Shell and run
[PS] C:\windows\system32>get-recipient -Identity Username1 -resultsize unlimited | select Name -expand emailaddresses | Select SmtpAddress
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