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You can force recipient policy updates to occur in two ways: 1 To force a particular recipient policy to be applied immediately, right-click on the policy in System Manager and select Apply This Policy Now
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2 To force all recipient policies to be applied immediately (the preferred method when multiple policies exist for your organization), select the Recipient Update Services container in the Recipients container in System Manager Right-click on the appropriate Recipient Update Service node in the right-hand pane and select Update Now Wait a few minutes and check the results If the policies don t seem to be applied properly (the recipients don t have the expected proxy addresses created for them), try right-clicking the same Recipient Update Service again but this time select Rebuild This will rebuild the proxy addresses for all recipients in your organization from scratch This can take a long time if you have many recipients, so rebuild during off hours to avoid mail problems for your users
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You can override the effect of recipient policies for any recipient by opening the Properties Sheet for that recipient and making any changes you want on the E-Mail Addresses tab After making your changes, make sure you deselect the checkbox labeled Automatically update email addresses based on recipient policy so your changes won t be overridden during the next update interval
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We ve covered a great deal concerning managing recipients up to this point because recipients represent users, and users are what messaging systems are designed to support We re going to move on to deeper aspects of Exchange relating to the servers themselves and how they can be managed We ll begin in 12 with a look at administrative groups and what they are used for
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Administrative Groups
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This chapter introduces the concept of administrative groups, a new feature of Exchange 2000 that simplifies the management of Exchange resources in an enterprise-level messaging environment We ll look at how to create and use Administrative groups, and examine the difference between running Exchange in native versus mixed mode There are nine walkthroughs in this chapter:
Enable support for administrative groups Change the operations mode Rename the default first administrative group Create a new administrative group Install an Exchange server into an administrative group Add a container to an administrative group Move an object between administrative groups Copy an object between administrative groups Delete an administrative group
Administrative Groups
Administrative groups are a new feature of Exchange 2000 that helps to simplify the administration of a large Exchange organization by overcoming some of the limitations of sites in Exchange 55 and previous versions (see the Backgrounder note) Enterprise-level messaging systems basically involve two different structures or topologies:
Logical topology This term refers to the fact that your company is structured into different elements such as branch offices at different locations, different departments or business units, and different management groups or divisions Windows 2000 allows the logical topology of your company to be mirrored through the use of forests, trees, domains, and organizational units Physical topology This term refers to the collection of network elements (LANs and WAN links) that make up an enterprise-level network LANs consist of network devices (computers, switches, routers, and so on) that are joined together using permanent, high-speed connections WAN links may be either dedicated (permanent) or dial-up (on demand) and high-speed or low-speed Windows 2000 lets you mirror the physical topology of your network using sites and site links
Administrative Groups
This flexibility provided by Windows 2000 of being able to separate the logical and physical topologies of your network forms the underlying basis of the new administration model of Exchange 2000 Specifically, Exchange lets you define two new types of groups:
Administration groups These are used to partition the logical topology of your network into different portions for more flexible administration of your Exchange organization They are called administrative groups because they mirror the administrative organization of your company (as locations, departments, divisions, and so on) and network (as trees, domains, and organizational units within your enterprise s forest) Routing groups These are used to partition the physical topology of your network into different portions for greater control over message routing throughout your Exchange organization They are called routing groups because they mirror the routing topology of your network, which itself depends on and typically mirrors the different types of network connectivity (LAN or WAN, fast or slow, permanent or dialup) within your enterprise s network
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