The Exchange Server administrator’s task is to: There are two features of Exchange Server 2007/2010 that need to be changed for this to happen. This is the feature that tells an Exchange 2007/2010 organization which domain names it will accept mail for, and how to treat that domain name.
Accepted domains can be authoritative (ie, the organization owns the domain name and uses it for mail recipients) or can be a relay domain (ie, the organization will accept the emails but send them elsewhere).
For other types of accounts, including all POP and IMAP accounts, you can change a variety of different settings, including your name, server settings, your default reply-to email address, and sent item settings.
Change your e-mail account password If you want to change the password that is used to access your mail server, follow the instructions that are provided by your ISP or e-mail administrator.
Another example is a person who has a name that is very long or easy to misspell. Proxy Address Collection Email Addresses We can also expand the collection to see more details about each individual entry. Henderson | Select-Object -Expand Property Email Addresses Smtp Address : [email protected] String : [email protected] Address String : smtp:[email protected] : SMTP Is Primary Address : False Prefix String : smtp Smtp Address : Robert. [email protected] Address String : SMTP: Robert. [email protected] : SMTP Is Primary Address : True Prefix String : SMTP When we used Set-Mailbox in the earlier example it overwrote the existing attribute with the new value, rather than insert or append the new value to the existing one. If you need to change the primary email address for the mailbox instead, then there is a slightly different approach used.
In these cases you can add a secondary address that is shorter or easier to spell to the mailbox. Cunningham -Email Addresses [email protected]: Couldn't update the primary SMTP address because this mailbox is configured to use an email address policy. Mailbox Name Member Type Definition ---- ---------- ---------- Email Addresses Property Microsoft. Notice differences such as Is Primary Address, and the ability to have a Prefix (i.e. To get the desired result we need to use different syntax. First you need to disable email address policies for the mailbox.
If you’re using an Exchange account, for example, only the Exchange server admin can change how your name is displayed to other people.
Select the Accepted Domains tab to view the current list of domains. Now that the new domain as been added as an Accepted Domain the next step is to configure an Email Address Policy.
Email Address Policies determine which SMTP addresses as are assigned to which objects in the organization, such as mailboxes, contacts, and distribution groups.
For Exchange and Office 365 accounts, you can only change a few specific settings.
You can open additional mailboxes, turn on or turn off Cached Exchange Mode, control the download of shared folders, and change your Outlook Data File settings.
It may be changed to an address within the same domain or to another accepted domain.