A company I support uses Office365/Exchange Online with firstname.lastname@example.org email addresses.
They're going to be changing their name, and as such have registered newcompany.com, and I've verified the domain within 365, etc.
I want to set it up so that emails to both user@new and user@old get to the right spot, and when they send emails, they come from user@new, but they can still log in to OWA or via Outlook using the user@old credentials they know and love.
I've tested on one user adding email@example.com as their primary SMTP address, but when you email as that user, it still comes from firstname.lastname@example.org.
Help would be appreciated!
Hi, try the following command via PowerShell:
Set-Mailbox email@example.com -EmailAddresses SMTP:Primary@contoso.es, firstname.lastname@example.org
Hope it helps.
Alberto Pascual MCSA-MCITP-MCTS-MCP-O365MS-MCC http://blogs.itpro.es/guruxp
- Proposed as answer by Alberto Pascual - Office365 MVPMVP Monday, July 08, 2013 6:27 AM
If you're using Directory Synchronization, you'll need to look at changing the attributes locally, possibly through ADSIedit.
- Proposed as answer by Matthew_Green Monday, July 08, 2013 3:59 PM