Define Recipient Policy Membership
Based on Attributes
You can define recipient policy membership by selecting
field-level attributes. Once field-level attributes are defined,
you can add, modify, remove, or clear field-level attributes.
To define the membership of a recipient policy using field-level
- Start System Manager
On the Start menu, point to
Programs, point to Microsoft Exchange, and then click
- In the console tree, double-click Recipients, and then
double-click Recipient Policies.
- In the details pane, right-click the recipient policy you want
to modify, and then click Properties.
- On the General tab, click Modify.
- In the Find Exchange Recipients dialog box, select one
of the following options:
- If Exchange Recipients is selected in the Find
drop-down list, click the Advanced tab.
- If Users, Contacts, and Groups is selected in the
Find drop-down list, click the Advanced tab.
- If Custom Search is selected in the Find
drop-down list, click the Custom Search tab.
- Click Field, click the recipient category to be defined,
and then make a selection from the displayed list.
- In the Condition drop-down list, select a
- In Value, type a value that qualifies the selection you
made in the Condition drop-down list, and then click
the results of the search filters you selected.
- If you want to remove a field-level attribute you selected,
click the attribute, and then click Remove.
- If you want to clear all of the filter rules you defined, click
Tip E-mail message recipient
policies and mailbox recipient policies can share the same filter.
In other words, after you filter a group of users, you can apply
both an e-mail address recipient policy and a mailbox recipient
policy to the filtered group. For more information see Applying E-Mail Message Policies and
Mailbox Policies to the Same Users.