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Microsoft® Exchange Server 2010: Best Practices by Joel Stidley, Siegfried Jagott

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Managing Other Exchange Objects

You can manage a number of other Exchange objects. The following sections will cover address policies, address lists, and details templates.

Managing Address Policies

For an Exchange recipient to send or receive e-mail messages, the recipient must have an e-mail address. In Exchange, e-mail address policies are defined to generate e-mail addresses for recipients. Before you can create an address policy, you must first create an accepted domain. An accepted domain is an SMTP namespace Exchange servers use to send messages to, or from which they can receive messages. For more information about accepted domains please see Chapter 5.

By default, an Exchange organization contains one e-mail address policy for every mail-enabled ...

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