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XFOR: Internet Mail Connector Proxy Generator Options
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In the Exchange Administrator program, the default SMTP site addressing is userformat@domainname, where the default user format is the mailbox. It is possible to specify other userformat strings.
To change the SMTP proxy generator, open the Microsoft Exchange Administrator program and choose Configuration-Site Addressing-Site Addressing tab. Highlight the SMTP proxy and click the EDIT button.
IMC Proxy generator optionsThe format is:
the @domain is an '@' sign followed by the desired alphanumeric domain text.
The userformat string is optional and can contain text as well as replacement strings. The default userformat string, if one is not specified, is "%m". The following replacement strings are available:
%% = a single percent sign %s = surname %g = given name %i = middle initial %d = display name %m = mailbox %rxy (Replace all subsequent characters x with character y in username. If x == y,then the char will be deleted)
Note: Invalid characters (per RFC 821/822 email address spec) are removed from user name (unless explicitly replaced using the %r).
Examples for mailbox = "markc"
For additional information, please see the following article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
display name = "Mark M. Clark" surname = "Clark" given name = "Mark" Format String Proxy Generated for sample user ------------- ------------------------------- %email@example.com MarkMClark@microsoft.com %firstname.lastname@example.org MarkM_Clark@microsoft.com %r..%email@example.com MarkM.Clark@microsoft.com %firstname.lastname@example.org Mark.Clark@microsoft.com @microsoft.com email@example.com
(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/140933/EN-US/ )XFOR: SMTP Proxy Address Generated Incorrectly
Article ID: 153270 - Last Review: October 28, 2006 - Revision: 3.3