After I installed SP2 for my Exchange 2010 on-premise, I now get the following error when I try to do an enable-remotemailbox (If I do a new-remotemailbox it works fine) I cannot do new-remotemailbox because our AD admins and E-Mail admins are controlled seperatly, and the AD account needs to be created first.he address '@service.domain.com' is invalid: "@service.domain.com" isn't a valid SMTP address. The domain name
can't contain spaces and it has to have a prefix and a suffix, such as example.com.
+ CategoryInfo : NotSpecified: (0:Int32) [Enable-RemoteMailbox], DataValidationException
+ FullyQualifiedErrorId : 79C2CC69,Microsoft.Exchange.Management.RecipientTasks.EnableRemoteMailbox
Please verify whether you have created a user in Active Directory, and the user has already been sync’ed to online.
Note: We need have recipient sync'ed from on-premises to online services.
If yes, please try to Get-user xxx|Enable-remoteMailbox at on-premises side.
Exchange Online + Exchange On Premises = Shared Namespace, How About Mail Routing?
By the way, what is your domian name? Please run get-emailaddresspolicy |fl and then post here.
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- Edited by Xiu Zhang Tuesday, April 24, 2012 7:07 AM
I've just seen the same issue. Try the following
Enable-RemoteMailbox <username> -RemoteRoutingAddress <alias>@service.domain.com
Or for anyone else experiencing this with a SP2 Hybrid-Wizard setup:
Enable-RemoteMailbox <username> -RemoteRoutingAddress <alias>@<tenantName>.mail.onmicrosoft.com
Let me know if that helps,
- Proposed as answer by Steve GoodmanMicrosoft contingent staff Thursday, April 26, 2012 9:51 AM