Exchange recipient policy not updating
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.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.The following is the procedure to set notify-only policy tips by using EAC: This procedure displays a policy tip notification to an email sender indicating the rejection of the message and the fact that the message will not be sent to the recipient till the offending condition is present.The sender can specify that the email message does not have the offending condition. In case, the sender prefers to select such an option then the message is sent from the outbox and the sender’s report is audited. This procedure displays a policy tip notification to an email sender indicating the rejection of the message and the fact that the message will not be sent to the recipient till the offending condition is present. It's typically used to flush items past a certain age in folders like Deleted Items. With Mailbox Manager settings, the second is used to report on or purge items in a mailbox that meets certain parameters.I created a new retention tag to delete emails from the Delete Folder after 61 days. In mailbox features for the user, I selected the new retention policy. Next I placed the tag that I created in the Default MRM Policy and selected that policy in mailbox features. Are the engineers aware that the Retention Policy function is not operating properly?The new user does appear in Outlook Web Access and does appear in "All Users" in Address Book BUT not in GAL.
These rules should not be deleted, and the recipient policy GUI actually prevents you from doing so.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.Keep in mind that this will add another task to the process of managing recipients.To enable the policy tip to function well in Outlook, it must be enabled on the client system.For that, in the Outlook Options dialog box, one must first select the Mail tab and within the Mail Tips Options dialog box, select the Policy tip notification check box.