Wednesday, 8 August 2012

Recipient Configuration and Modify Recipient Scope in Exchange 2007


Recipient Configuration and Modify Recipient Scope in Exchange 2007



Today’s video shows you how to use the Recipient Configuration in Exchange 2007 and how to Modify Recipient Scope
The maximum number of contacts displayed in a mail in Exchange 2007 is determined by the Recipient Configuration parameters for messages, and can be further filtered by modifying the recipient scope settings. In the first instance, changing the maximum number of recipients can be done by selecting the Recipient Configuration” on the left panel of the Exchange Management Console.  An option “Modify the Maximum Number of Recipients to Display” will appear on the Actions pane on the right, which is configured to 1,000 by default.  If desired, this can be changed to a larger number to display more recipients.
In addition, another option called “Modify Recipient Scope…” can be used in Exchange 2007 to filter what’s shown under recipients.  This can be configured to “View all recipients in forest” or “View all recipients in specified organization unit.”  The former is self-explanatory – and is also the default setting. The latter option allows for filtering in order to limit the recipients that are seen based on a particular organization unit or recipient domain controller, for example.

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