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Microsoft Exchange Server 2013: Mailbox and High Availability by Tony Redmond

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Managing Recipients

Recipients cover the broad spectrum of any object that can receive mail, or mail-enabled objects. EAC groups four major types of these objects under Recipients. These are:

  • Mailboxes

  • Groups

  • Resources (room and resource mailboxes)

  • Contacts (including mail users)

The following sections discuss each of these recipient types and their management.

Recipient filtering

An email server such as Exchange deals with huge differences in terms of object numbers. The largest Exchange organizations running outside Office 365 have over half a million mail-enabled objects. However, the smallest organizations might deal with just a few dozen mailboxes. EAC is designed to handle anything from the smallest demonstration environment to the largest production ...

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