Recipient policy not updating email addresses
You can use the same syntax described in the previous post “HOW TO Update multi-valued attributes in Power Shell” to add one-off email addresses that are not created by an Email Address Policy. Email Addresses = “[email protected]”,”[email protected]”$foo | set-mailbox In Exchange 2010, which uses Power Shell v2, you can add an additional email address to a recipient by using a simpler one-line command: Set-Mailbox bsuneja -Email Addresses @ Similarly, to remove an e-mail address in Exchange 2010: Set-Mailbox bsuneja -Email Addresses @ Once you’ve added additional email addresses for a recipient, the next common question is: Can the user send and receive email using this new email address?Find out more in HOW TO: Send as alternate email address.To be on the safe side, you should make a full backup of all Proxy Addresses for all users and run some Power Shell scripts to test just in case you need to roll back to previous primary email address.
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Currently we have a 2013 cu20 environment, single DAG, and approx 6000 mailboxes.
This nice litte script will update those mailboxes with the required email adddress along with logging & reporting.
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