SMTP Addresses Tab: Substitute SMTP Domain

Created: 2012-04-20 08:09:59
Modified: 2019-08-15 16:25:46
Tags: Active Directory AD LDS ADAM Address Manipulation UnitySync

There may be an instance when you want to replace or stubstitute the incoming primary SMTP proxyaddresses domain name when creating a new Destination object.

Enter the desired domain name in the Substitute Domain parameter. All incoming primary addresses will be modified to substitute the specified domain name.

Example of Substitute Domain Usage

Substitute Domain will replace the domain name of the incoming primary SMTP address.

Your Substitute Domain value is:

Three incoming objects have primary SMTP addresses as follows:

When the parameter is set with a new domain (ie. the following addresses will be created:   

Notes about Substitute Domain Syntax

  • Only a single Substitute Domain may be specified.
  • It is NEVER appropriate to include the @ prefix when specifying your Substitute Domain. If you include the @ prefix, you will get address values that look like this:

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