Increase visibility into compliance and the security state of systems across the organisation with in-depth auditing and reporting.
Reduce the number of usernames and passwords needed to login.
It appears that a mailbox exists that can be logged into via Outlook Web Access, but no email address is defined.
I can manually add the email address, but it still does not show up when a user is trying to pull up names from the Global Address List (GAL) in Microsoft Outlook.
As it’s one of my favourite new features and there’s not much documentation yet, I wanted to write a little more about the feature and demonstrate how it works in practice…
How it works When you add full mailbox permissions on Exchange 2010 SP1 and SP2 to a new or existing shared mailbox that’s also on SP1, Exchange now updates an Active Directory attribute on the shared mailbox itself, named ms Exch Delegate List Link.
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Use role mining tools to discover permission sets for users across the enterprise to be later modeled and applied centrally.
When adding new accounts in Active Directory, the option to create an email address is enabled.
However, when I go into the account properties, there is nothing showing up as far as an address.
Most likely, this problem is not related to licensing.
First, I would suggest that you check your default recipient policy.