Recipient policies exchange 2016 not updating
Notice that the primary SMTP addresses have changed from @to @
If you look at one recipient you can see that the new primary SMTP address has been applied by the policy, and the previous email address has been retained as well to allow mail sent to that address to continue to be received.
Right-click the Default Email Address Policy and select Edit.
Accepted domains can be authoritative (ie, the organization owns the domain name and uses it for mail recipients) or can be a relay domain (ie, the organization will accept the emails but send them elsewhere).A common scenario for Exchange Server administrators is a customer that needs to change their primary email addresses to a new domain name.For example a company that uses @as their email address might be acquired, or merge, or simply be rebranding to another name and wants to use @as their email address instead.To round off the previous articles in this series, we’ve began to configure the all-important step that will enable a smooth migration, coexistence.
So far we’ve enabled the new SSL certificates on our TMG and Exchange 2007 servers, created additional records in DNS to support coexistence and updated Outlook Web App on Exchange 2013 to support pre-authentication on our TMG server.Click OK once you have configured the new SMTP email address.