In larger organizations it is rare for a single person to manage the entire Exchange organization. Typically there are multiple administrators, each of whom perform specific tasks. In Exchange Server 2007, Microsoft acknowledged this separation of duties by providing four separate administrative roles including: Exchange Organization Administrators – This role allows for full administrative [...]
When you are using FIM (Forefront Identity Manage) to provision mailboxes to Exchange (in my case Exchange 2010) and would like FIM to generate the e-mail addressen and additional proxyAdresses (aliasses) you will run into an issue!
FIM 2010 is perfectly capable of generating unique e-mail addresses and filling up the multi-value attribute proxyAddresses with all additional aliases you might want. When you look at the contents of the property proxyAddresses in Active Directory you could see something like this:
Jaap Wesselius (Exchange MVP) wrote “Exchange 2010 – A Practical Approach”, this book is available as a free eBook.