Using Recipient Policies

Exchange Server 2003 contains two type of recipient policies. The first type of recipient policy deals with mail-enabled objects and how email addresses are created based on naming conventions defined in the policy. The second addresses management of end-user mailboxes and the limitation that can be applied to user mailboxes based on policy membership.

Recipient policies can be created to define how naming conventions will be applied to mail-enabled objects in Exchange. By creating a recipient policy, administrators can define how usernames of specific email address types will be viewed in Exchange when an object is mail-enabled.

Different from email-based policies, mailbox recipient policies deal with setting mailbox ...

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