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because Legacy Exchange has been detected" this is not the exact message but the last five words are correct.so, now i can't create new policy until i decommission the legacy exchange server, i can't apply this at the live environment, because i might need it.i have applied this command "Set-Email Address Policy –Included Recipients All Recipients " please advice.. E Hi Busbar, I have one suggestion about this: for recipient policy, I believe it is normal behavior that you are not able to change the settings as Legacy Exchange is still there.When we do the "Set-Email Address Policy –Included Recipients All Recipients " this will allow Exchange 2010 to update the clients with current policies, but the ownership of the Recipient Policy will remain with Exchange 2003, which is reasonable as the Exchange 2003 will not understand the Exchange 2010 recipient polices. E Hi Majd, this is strange since you can upgrade the EAP normally without an issue this will not affect the old exchange servers.The default recipient policy creates two email addresses: a default SMTP address and an X.400 address.Deleting email address rules in the default recipient policy: Rules in the default recipient policy can be modified to accomplish tasks like generating email addresses for an SMTP address space for your public/registered DNS domain.PS: when we do /preparelagacypermissions one of the changes is to give Exchange 2003 the required permissions to control the recipient policy. I have done zillions ofupgrades and never faced such an issue, can you tell me the exact error message.The primary consideration here is the recipient policy used to generate email addresses.
When users are created or moved to or from the OU, you have to make sure that the particular attribute you decide to use is populated or removed.Recipient Update Service (RUS) in a multi-domain forest: If your forest has multiple domains where recipients reside, you will need to run Domain Prep in those domains.Domain Prep needs to be run in any domain that has recipients, Exchange servers, or global catalogs.If the recipient policy is being used to assign an SMTP address from a different address space, you can generate different UPN suffixes for those domains.This is typically done in a hosting scenario where multiple customers with different SMTP/DNS domains are hosted in a single AD forest.Recipient Policies control how Exchange displays secondary email addresses.