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NOTE The Maximum Recipients per Message setting on a mailbox bypasses the value of maximum
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recipients in the transport configuration (MaxRecipientEnvelopeLimit) Here s how to set the maximum number of recipients on a mailbox using the Exchange shell:
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Set-Mailbox "Dixie Baker" RecipientLimits 50
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Message size restrictions allow you to set individual sending and receiving message sizes for a mailbox When you set this in the Exchange console, the storage unit used is kilobytes When you re using the Exchange shell, the storage unit defaults to bytes, but the unit can be specified in kilobytes, megabytes, or gigabytes Here s how to set the maximum send and receive message sizes using the Exchange shell:
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Set-Mailbox "Dixie Baker"-MaxSendSize 15Mb MaxReceiveSize 1Gb
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NOTE Message size limits can be set in many different places on the entire organization, on Send
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and Receive connectors, on recipients, and so on These are covered in 7 When you re troubleshooting mail flow problems related to message sizes, it is important to know about and examine all the message size settings that can be configured
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Message Delivery Restrictions settings are used to specify who can send messages to a mailbox, or who is prohibited from sending to it By default, a mailbox (and all other types of Exchange recipients) accept mail from all senders A recipient can also be restricted to receiving mail only from authenticated senders via the option Require that all senders are authenticated
C AUTION Requiring senders to be authenticated prevents a recipient from receiving Internet mail
In the following example, we configure Dixie Baker s mailbox to receive mail only from Dmitri Daiter:
Set-Mailbox "Dixie Baker" AcceptMessasgesOnlyFrom "Dmitri Daiter"
Next, we configure her mailbox to reject messages from Ilan Raab:
Set-Mailbox "Dixie Baker" RejectMessagesFrom "Ilan Raab"
Finally, here s how to configure a mailbox to receive mail only from authenticated senders:
Set-Mailbox "Dixie Baker" RequireSenderAuthenticationEnabled $true
E-mail Addresses
The functionality exposed by the E-mail Addresses tab is no different from its equivalent in Active Directory Users and Computers in Exchange Server 2000/2003 A recipient can have
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Administering Recipients
Preventing a Recipient or Group of Recipients from Sending and Receiving Internet Mail
Setting the RequireSenderAuthenticationEnabled parameter to $true prevents a recipient from receiving mail from unauthenticated senders, including Internet senders However, there is no equivalent setting to prevent a user from sending outbound mail to an Internet recipient In Exchange Server 2000/2003, an SMTP connector (for address space *) could be configured with delivery restrictions for a recipient or a group, to make this possible In Exchange Server 2007, this can be accomplished using transport rules This is discussed in a blog post titled, HOW TO: Prevent a user from sending and receiving internet mail, at http://exchangepediacom/blog/2007/07/how-toprevent-user-from-sending-andhtml
more than one e-mail address Exchange applies E-mail Address Policies to recipients and generates the e-mail addresses defined in the policy The E-mail Addresses tab, shown in Figure 10-9, enables creating additional e-mail addresses for a recipient, removing an existing e-mail address, and setting a particular SMTP address as the default e-mail address for the recipient
PART IV
FIGURE 10-9 The E-mail Addresses tab in the Exchange Management Console can be used to add, remove, or modify e-mail addresses and to set the default e-mail address
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To add an additional e-mail address for a recipient using the Exchange System Manager, use the following procedure: 1 In the recipient s properties pages, select the E-mail Addresses tab 2 Click Add 3 Type the SMTP e-mail address (for example, AltAddress@yourdomaincom)
NOTE Clicking the Add button opens the dialog box for SMTP addresses, the default type of e-mail
address To add addresses other than SMTP e-mail addresses, click the drop-down arrow next to the Add button and select Custom Address 4 Click OK to exit the Properties dialog box
TIP When you re adding additional e-mail addresses for a recipient, the Exchange console and shell
allow e-mail addresses for domains that the Exchange organization is not responsible for However, simply adding additional e-mail addresses does not ensure that a recipient will be able to get e-mail for those addresses or domains from the Internet Domains used in recipients e-mail addresses should exist as accepted domains in the Exchange org Additionally, to receive Internet mail for a domain, it is recommended to have MX records in the domain s DNS zone hosted on an Internet-accessible DNS server
Adding an e-mail address using the shell isn t a one-liner, unlike many tasks accomplished from the shell The recipients EmailAddresses property, which maps to the proxyAddresses LDAP attribute, is a multivalued property When adding or removing a single value from multivalued properties, one needs to ensure the existing values are not overwritten which is exactly what happens if you use the Set-Mailbox Joe Adams EmailAddresses newaddress@domaincom command Nevertheless, the shell does make it possible to accomplish this task using three short lines, compared to the hundreds of lines of script code many of us found ourselves writing or using until lately Here s how to add an additional e-mail address using the Exchange shell:
$Mailbox = Get-Mailbox "Joe Adams" $MailboxEmailAddresses += newaddress@e12labscom $Mailbox | Set-Mailbox
Here s what we re doing: In line 1, we get Joe Adams mailbox in a variable called $Mailbox In line 2, we add the new e-mail address to the EmailAddresses property (held in the variable $Mailbox) Note the syntax used In line 3, we dump the properties of the variable (which holds all properties of the mailbox, with the EmailAddresses property changed) and pipe it to a Set-Mailbox command This commits the change to the mailbox Similarly, to modify a distribution group, you would use Get-DistributionGroup and Set-DistributionGroup commands instead of Get-Mailbox and Set-Mailbox To modify a mail contact, you would use Get-MailContact and Set-MailContact Public folders break away from this pattern instead of Get-PublicFolder and Set-PublicFolder, the Get-MailPublicFolder and Set-MailPublicFolder commands are used Although a tad confusing initially, the former commands are used to work with the public folder, whereas the latter (Get/Set-MailPublicFolder) commands are used to work with
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