How do I remove multiple email addesses from recipients in exchange 2003

Posted on 2014-09-01
Last Modified: 2014-09-01
I need to remove several email domains from all users on my exchange server
Question by:aattan
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    If I mean what I think you mean. Go to exchange manager, recipients, recipient policies.

    Right-click default policy, properties.

    Email address tab.

    Remove the domains you do not wish to have. OK

    Then right-click default policy again and then "apply this policy now".

    As long as the box is ticked in each user's email address tab in server management to "Automatically update email addresses based on recipient policy", then this should update.

    Author Closing Comment

    Many thanks for your help, saved me a lot of time.
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    Expert Comment

    No probs. just had to do same myself last week :)

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