Customize Notes Proxy Addresses
The resulting addresses must be unique within the
The default format for Notes addresses assigned to Exchange users is:
To customize Notes proxy addresses:
Note When you change the address rule for Notes, you are prompted to update the existing Notes addresses for Exchange recipients to conform to the new address format. If you update the Lotus Notes addresses, all recipients' Notes addresses in that organization will be changed, including those that you changed manually. Exchange does not retain manual updates to non-Exchange e-mail addresses.
|To substitute||Use this symbol||Notes|
|The user's alias||&M or &m||Typically the mailbox name.|
|The user's initials||&I or &i||Typically the user's middle initial.|
|An e-mail address based on the user's display name||&D or &d||Blanks and initials between the given name and surname are discarded. If there is a comma in the display name, the portion of the string to the left of the comma is interpreted as the surname; the portion to the right of the comma is interpreted as the given name.|
|The user's given name||&G or &g||Typically the user's first name.|
|The user's surname||&S or &s||Typically the user's last name.|
|An ampersand (&)||&&||To use an ampersand, you must precede it with another ampersand.|
Important Although Active Directory supports Unicode characters, the e-mail address must use the Western European character set.
Tip You can trigger an immediate update of Recipient Update Service.
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