I solved this at my previous two employers by writing a little VB app that
exported the directory, and imported the missing addresses. The better way
now to do this is with ADSI, and in addition to being more elegant it's
actually probably even easier. I think having multiple addresses is much
better than opening the Routing can of worms, myself. If you can endure the
inconvenience of maintaining multiple addresses until Exchange 2000, you'll
be happy to see that it supports automatic alias generation.
Ed Crowley MCSE+Internet MVP-Exchange
Saving the world from PSTs and Bricked Backups!
> Why not configure (on the routing restrictions Tab) who can relay and who
> can't ?
> Rudy Steyaert
> > We have one Exchange Server running 5.5 and SP3.
> > We need to accept mail for several domains, and all the users need email
> > relaying enabled in the IMS, this was simple because I just routed
> > mail for those other domains to our "master" domain. However, this
> > the server up to spam relaying problems (and ORBS picked up the server
> > one of their scans).
> > The only workaround I've found is to add multiple email addresses for
> > users - but this is a huge headache...
> > What's the best solution?
> > Also, I'd like to have Exchange do a lookup in the ORBS/MAPS databases
> > cut down on the amount of spam we're getting. Are there any add-in
> > services to allow this?
> > Thanks in advance,
> > Mike