QMM’s behavior out of the box is to abide by the Target Email (Recipient) Policies and stamp new Primary SMTP address while the existing one becomes secondary. There is however a way to change this logic. Good idea would
If you want to thoroughly understand Exchange Autodiscover logic, and in particular how Outlook handles various SCP scenarios like cross-forest redirect (pointer) vs. same-forest SCP per-CAS, this is the place:
Quest Recovery Manager for AD is used on every migration project. It relies on Agent running on DC to perform AD backups and customer asked today what exactly is pushed to the DC, where files are located and
Almost at every Exchange 2010 project there are headaches with properly assigning permissions over the mailboxes. I noticed that Ex 2010 store “does not see” Receive As on MDB if it’s assigned as part of Generic All permissions set.
Could not find this information on the Knowledge Base recently and thought I would publish it here. The need to skip ProxyAddress type arises often on many migration projects and instructions do not come as part of the User Guide.
I am often coming across migration projects where QCS exists prior to the QMM implementation. These conditions always add extra complexity and need very careful approach. There is no single document that would explain how to handle it for every