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When you edit a mail-enabled object's properties and select the Automatically update e-mail addresses based on recipient policy check box (on the E-mail Addresses tab of the object's Properties dialog box), as Figure 1 shows, the RUS determines which recipient policy to apply to the object, then carries out the instructions that the policy contains.Some deployments, such as hosted application service provider (ASP) or ISP installations, opt not to use the RUS to generate email addresses.If there is a check a users mailbox will get the updated email address.If unchecked, no changes will be made to the mailbox.

There is a project running at the company I work for to separate one of the areas of the business into their own entity.

These rules should not be deleted, and the recipient policy GUI actually prevents you from doing so.

However, if any of these are deleted using a tool like ADSIEdit, which the Exchange System Manager GUI has no control over, it will prevent critical services like the information store service and MTA Stacks service from starting. Recipient policies based on organizational units (OU): Another misconception and a frequently asked question in many forums is how one can apply a recipient policy to recipients in a particular OU, or apply the policy to an OU so it gets applied to all recipients in that OU. Recipient policies are applied to recipients filtered on recipient attributes, such as department, location, city, or country.

Yet I've also revisited mailboxes I swore I added an address to, yet no such address exists. It only affects the primary (set as reply) address.

So if you've added [email protected] a secondary address then it should be retained. You can see here:… -- "When a recipient has “Automatically update e-mail addresses based on email address policy” enabled, all primary e-mail addresses (default reply addresses) of e-mail address types will always be set from the e-mail address policy.

Among other things this rebranding exercise also includes changing their primary email addresses.

For several versions of Exchange Server now we’ve had the capability to manage email addresses for recipients by using policies.

They can be used to apply the policy irrespective of the recipient's location in the Active Directory hierarchy of containers and OUs.

If you need to apply the policy to all OU recipients, you can either use the common attributes or one of the extension attributes -- perhaps by populating one of them with the name or the distinguished Name of the OU, or some other string.

If you don't uncheck the "Automatically update e-mail addresses based on e-mail address policy" then the next time the policy takes affect it would overwrite your custom address you set IF this is the primary SMTP address you are editing.

You'll need to uncheck it on that mailbox and manually control its email addresses going forward IF it is the Primary address you are wanting to change.