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For more information about the Remove-MailUser, Disable-MailUser, and Enable-Mailuser cmdlets, access http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb125260.aspx, http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/ library/aa998578.aspx, and http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa996549.aspx, respectively.
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To configure properties for a mail-enabled user, start the Exchange Management Console, expand Recipient Configuration, and click Mail Contact. You then select the mail-enabled user in the Result pane and in the Actions pane, under the user s name, click Properties. On the E-Mail Addresses tab of the Mail-Enabled User Properties dialog box, you can edit the user s e-mail addresses and specify new addresses. On the Mail Flow Settings tab, you can configure message size and message delivery restrictions. The E-Mail Addresses tab is shown in Figure 3-6.
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Figure 3-6 The E-Mail Addresses tab of the Mail-Enabled User Properties dialog box
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You can use the Exchange Management Shell cmdlet Set-MailUser to configure e-mail properties for a mail-enabled user. Suppose, for example, that James R. Hamilton moved from Contoso, Ltd, to the A. Datum Corporation but still had a mail-enabled account at Tailspin Toys. You could change his external e-mail address by using the command Set-MailUser "James R. Hamilton" ExternalEmailAddress james.hamilton@ adatum.com.
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Lesson 1: Configuring Recipients
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Set-MailUser
For more information about the Set-MailUser cmdlet, access http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/ library/aa995971.aspx.
Configuring Mail-Enabled Contacts
A contact is a mail-enabled Active Directory directory service object (not a user account) that contains information about people or organizations that exist outside an Exchange organization. A contact does not have a mailbox on the Exchange Server 2007 server or an account in Active Directory and cannot log on to your organization s domain. Users can specify a contact name in the To or Cc line in an e-mail message without needing to remember the contact s e-mail address. Users can also browse a list of contacts. Contacts can be placed in universal distribution groups, and they can be included in dynamic distribution groups, depending on their properties. Lesson 2 of this chapter discusses distribution groups. You can use both the Exchange Management Console and the Exchange Management Shell to create, delete, and modify mail-enabled contacts in Exchange Server 2007.
Using Exchange Management Console to Create Mail-Enabled Contacts
To create a mail-enabled contact, open the Exchange Management Console, expand Recipient Configuration in the console tree, and then click Mail Contact. In the Action pane, click New Mail Contact to start the New Mail Contact Wizard, as shown in Figure 3-7. On the Introduction page, select New Contact. On the Contact Information page, complete the required fields. The Organizational Unit, First Name, Initials, Last Name, and Name fields are the same as those defined earlier in this lesson for a mailbox-enabled user. Specify the Alias and External E-Mail Address fields in the same way as you did for a mail-enabled user. On the New Mail Contact page, you can review the configuration summary, click Back to make changes, or click New to create the new mail contact. On the Completion page, the summary states whether the contact was successfully created. The summary also displays the Exchange Management Shell command that was used to create the new mail contact. As with other recipient objects, you can (if you want to) copy the page (including the Exchange Management Shell command) into a text editor, edit
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the command as necessary, and use the Exchange Management Shell to create additional mail-enabled contacts. Click Finish to complete the task.
Figure 3-7 The New Mail Contact Wizard
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Using Exchange Management Console to Mail-Enable an Existing Contact
Typically, you create contacts so that your users can send e-mail to them. However, if you have disabled e-mail for a contact without removing the contact, then that contact exists in Active Directory but is not mail-enabled. If you want to mail-enable such a contact, start the New Mail Contact Wizard as before and then select Existing Contact and click Browse to select the contact. When you click Next, the wizard takes you to the Contact Information page, where the information about the contact should be there by default, and you specify an external e-mail address. Complete the wizard in the same way as for a new mail-enabled contact.
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