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Hi Again,

We have office 365 that is setup through the cloud service portion. Unfortunately when we setup a new user including the email address, it doesn't register it in the proxy, but will assign the license regardless. Also we have multiple UPN's. I was wondering what the easiest way to solve this issue? I'm not sure if I need to do some powershell scripting to populate the email address automatically?

Thanks,

PWReset

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Hello,

First of all, what version of Adaxes are you running (including the build number)? Also, is your Exchange organization a hybrid Exchange organization or not? Do you create remote mailboxes or cloud-only mailboxes?

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