As from Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, you can add dynamic distribution groups to mail-enabled distribution groups.
To add a dynamic distribution groups to mail-enabled distribution groups
Assign the dynamic distribution group to mail-enabled distribution groups in Add assignments.
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Remove the dynamic distribution group assignments from mail-enabled distribution groups in Remove assignments.
Mail-enabled public folders are loaded into the One Identity Manager database by synchronization and cannot be edited in the One Identity Manager.
To display mail-enabled public folders
To display mail acceptance for mail-enabled public folders
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Select Assign mail rejection in the task view to display recipients from whom messages are not accepted.
To customize the permission "Send on behalf of" for mail-enabled public folders
Name of the organization.
|Public Folder||Connected public folder.|
|Name||Name of the mail-enabled public folder.|
|Alias||Unique alias for further identification of the mail-enabled public folder.|
|Display name||Display name of the mail-enabled public folder.|
|Simple display||Simple display name for systems that cannot interpret all the characters of normal display names.|
|Domain||Active Directory domain of the mail-enabled public folder.|
|Container||Active Directory container of the mail-enabled public folder.|
Other email addresses for the mail-enabled public folder.
|Email address||Email address of the mail-enabled public folder.|
Alternative recipient to which messages from this mail-enabled public folder are forwarded.
|Do not display in address list||Specifies whether the mail-enabled public folder is visible in address books. Set this option if you want to prevent the mail-enabled public folder from being displayed in address books. This option applies to all address books.|
|Max. send size [KB]||Maximum size of message in KB that a mail-enabled public folder can send. The Microsoft Exchange organization global settings in the Exchange System Manager come into effect for message delivery if there are no limitations.|
|Max. send size [KB]||Maximum size of message in KB that a mail-enabled public folder can receive. The Microsoft Exchange organization global settings in the Exchange System Manager come into effect for message delivery if there are no limitations.|
|Send and forward||Specifies whether to send and forward messages. If this option is set, messages are sent to alternative recipients and mailbox owners.|
NOTE: You cannot move mailboxes between local Microsoft Exchange and Exchange Online with One Identity Manager. Microsoft offers migration scenarios for moving mailboxes. For detailed information, see your Microsoft documentation.
One Identity Manager support creating, editing and deleting of remote mailboxes in Exchange hybrid. Remote mailboxes are mailboxes that are declared in the local Microsoft Exchange environment but were added in an Exchange Online environment.
There are the following different types of remote mailboxes:
These mailboxes can be added to distribution lists or be given sending limits in the local Microsoft Exchange environment, for example.
The following modules must be present to support Exchange hybrid environments.
The synchronization server running the Microsoft Exchange connector is responsible for synchronizing remote mailboxes. The other target system involved (Active Directory, Microsoft Exchange, Azure Active Directory and Exchange Online) must be synchronized in order to access remote mailboxes.
Figure 2: Architecture for synchronization
Take the following into account when synchronizing Exchange hybrid remote mailboxes:
This connection is normally created automatically when the synchronization project is created for local Microsoft Exchange. This assumes that Azure Active Directory was already loaded in to the One Identity Manager at the time. You can establish this link manually at any time.
To declare the Azure Active Directory tenant in a Microsoft Exchange organization