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How to ensure users added to Exchange server 1, fixes a different domain address than when adding users to Exchange server 2

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hi guys

We have a forest fc.local and different subdomains like uk.fc.local, us.fc.local and hk.fc.local. Seeing as the Exchange environment is intertwined, how can I create a user mailbox on the us.fc.local domain and ensure it is given a different default domain address than if I create a mailbox on the uk.fc.local domain?

So user A on the us.fc.local with contoso-usa.com address and user B on the uk.fc.local being given a contoso.co.uk default address?

Thanks
Yashy
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This is all configured using Email Address Policies. They need to be configured based on specific parameters i.e. (OU, Department, Location etc).

Depending on the version of Exchange you are using you can find EAP at the following location...
- Open the Exchange EMC
- Hub Transport
- Email Address Policies Tab

From there you will be able to see what your default policy is and any other preceeding policies you have created. The Default policy is applied to mailboxes when other specific parameters are not met by other Email Address Policies.

Will.
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Did it:))

Thank you sir.
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