Over the past few weeks, some of our readers have reported that the activation address of the remote mailbox is invalid.
I stumbled across this question last week and, to be honest, was a bit surprised. I’m pretty sure I’ve used it before, most often before Exchange 2010 SP2, so it was predictable that it would work.
Will enable-remotemailbox work with enable-mailbox?
Generally, running Enable-RemoteMailbox should work, and running Enable-Mailbox should also do some things – all the components are configured correctly, down to Exchange, and if you’re creating a mailbox using New-RemoteMailbox or Exchange Admin, the Authoring Console only works for neither. how. However, the following happens:
Let’s say you connected hybrid in an Exchange 2010 SP2 for Office 365 environment. You create this user and use the deployment tool of your choice, such as Active Directory Users and Computers:
So, in general, running Enable-RemoteMailbox should work, with the same approach, running Enable-Mailbox should also work – all Exchange components are configured to work. correct, and when you create a mailbox with New-RemoteMailbox or EAC , everything works.
Error: Lookup @tenant.mail.onmicrosoft.com is clearly invalid: Enable Remotemailbox Die Adresse Ist Ungultig
Aktivera Fjarrpostlada Adressen Ar Ogiltig
Habilite El Buzon Remoto La Direccion No Es Valida
Remotemailbox 활성화 주소가 잘못되었습니다
Abilita Remotemailbox L Indirizzo Non E Valido
Activer La Boite Aux Lettres A Distance L Adresse N Est Pas Valide
Habilitar Remotemailbox O Endereco E Invalido
Wlacz Zdalna Skrzynke Pocztowa Adres Jest Nieprawidlowy
Vklyuchit Remotemailbox Adres Nedejstvitelen
Activeer Remotemailbox Het Adres Is Ongeldig