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For more information about recipient scope, consult the following link: http://technet.microsoft.com/ en-us/library/aa996861.aspx.
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When you have entered the required new user information, specify mail settings. On the Mail Settings page, complete the following fields:
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Alias You specify the alias in this field. Typically, it is the same as the User Logon Name.
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You can specify the external e-mail address by using one of the following methods:
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To specify a Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) e-mail address, click Edit, and then in E-Mail Address, type the external SMTP e-mail address of the user, for example, sean.alexander@contoso.com. To specify a custom e-mail address, click the arrow next to Edit, click Custom Address, and then in E-Mail Address, specify the e-mail address, for example, /pn=sean.alexander/PRMD=contoso/ADMD=attmail/C=us/, and the e-mail type, for example, X400.
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All non-SMTP addresses are custom addresses
In Exchange Server 2007, all non-SMTP e-mail addresses are considered to be custom addresses, and unique dialog boxes or property pages do not exist for X.400, GroupWise, or Lotus Notes e-mail address types. If you add a non-SMTP custom e-mail address, the appropriate dynamic-link library f iles need to be installed; otherwise, the following error will be logged in Event Viewer: The e-mail address description object in the Microsoft Exchange directory for the 'SADF' address type on 'i386' machines is missing.
On the New Mail User page, you can review the configuration summary. As before, click Back to make changes or New to create the mail-enabled user. On the Completion page, the summary states whether the mail-enabled user was successfully created. The summary also displays the Exchange Management Shell command that was used to create the new mail-enabled user. Click Finish to complete the task.
Using Exchange Management Shell to Create a Mail-Enabled Account
You can use the Exchange Management Shell New-MailUser cmdlet to create a new mail-enabled user. The following is an Exchange Management Shell command that creates the mail-enabled user James R. Hamilton:
New-MailUser -Name "James R. Hamilton" -ExternalEmailAddress SMTP:james.hamilton@contoso. com -UserPrincipalName jrhamilton@tailspintoys.internal -OrganizationalUnit Users ResetPasswordOnNextLogon $true
As with the command to create a new mailbox-enabled user earlier in this lesson, you will be prompted for a password, and this will be stored as a secure string. If you want to specify the password before you create the user, you can use the $password variable in exactly the same way as was described previously for a mailbox-enabled user.
Lesson 1: Configuring Recipients
Using Exchange Management Console to Mail-Enable User Accounts
To mail-enable an existing user account, start the New Mail User Wizard as before and then select Existing User and click Browse to select the user. When you click Next, the wizard takes you directly to the Mail Settings page, where you specify an alias (if necessary) and an external e-mail address. Complete the wizard in the same way as for a new mail-enabled user.
Using Exchange Management Console to Disable and Remove Mail-Enabled Users
To disable e-mail for a mail-enabled user, start the Exchange Management Console, expand Recipient Configuration in the console tree, and then click Mail Contact. In the Result pane, select the mail-enabled user account for which you want to disable mail and then click Disable under the name of the user in the Actions pane. Then click Yes to close the Warning dialog box. The procedure for deleting a mail-enabled user is almost identical to that for disabling e-mail except that you click Delete rather than Disable in the Result pane. Disabling e-mail does not remove the user from Active Directory; removing the user does.
Using Exchange Management Shell to Remove, Disable, or Enable a Mail-Enabled User
You can also use Exchange Management Shell to disable or remove a mail-enabled user. For example, the command Remove-MailUser -Identity "James R. Hamilton" removes the user James R. Hamilton. The command Disable-MailUser -Identity "James R. Hamilton" disables e-mail but does not delete the user. When you enter either of these two commands, Exchange Management Shell prompts you to confirm that you want to carry out the operation. The default is Y for yes. You can enable a disabled mail-enabled user provided that you have not removed the user account. The command requires that you supply the user s external e-mail address, for example, Enable-MailUser -Identity "James R. Hamilton" ExternalEmailAddress james.hamilton@contoso.com.
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