Manage Mail Contacts in EOP
Применимо к: Exchange Online Protection
Последнее изменение раздела: 2013-12-16
Mail contacts for the Exchange Online Protection (EOP) service are mail-enabled directory service objects that contain information about people or organizations that exist outside your Exchange organization. Each mail contact has an external email address. For more information about mail contacts, see Получатели.
Before you begin
Get the permissions you’ll need in order to use these procedures. To learn what permissions you need, see "Distribution groups" in Разрешения получателей.
Know where to get help. You can always visit Help and Support for EOP.
Estimated time to complete: 2 minutes.
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Create an email contact
In the EAC, go to Recipients > Contacts.
Click New > Mail contact.
For the properties on the New mail contact page:
First name Type the contact's first name.
Initials Type the contact's initials.
Last name Type the contact's last name.
* Display name To add or change the display name that appears in the contacts list in the Exchange admin center (EAC) and in your organization’s address book, type a name, using up to 64 characters. By default, this box shows the names in the First name, Initials, and Last name boxes if any. The display name is required.
* Name To add or change the contact name that appears in the directory service, type a name, using up to 64 characters. Like the display name, this box shows by default the names you enter in the First name, Initials, and Last name boxes. If you didn't use those boxes, type a name in this box, using up to 64 characters. The display name is required.
*** Alias **Type a unique alias, using up to 64 characters, for the contact. The alias is required.
* External email address Type the outside email account of the contact. Email sent to this contact is forwarded to this email address. The external email address is required.
When you finish, click Save.
Change email contact properties
In the EAC, move to Recipients > Contacts.
In the list of email contacts and users, click the email contact that you want to change the properties for, and then click Edit .
On the mail contact properties page, click one of the following sections to view or change properties.
Use the General section to view or change basic information about the mail contact.
First name, Initials, Last name
* Name This appears in Служба каталогов Active Directory. You can change this name, using up to 64 characters.
* Display name This name appears in your organization’s address book, on the To and From lines in email messages, and in the Mailbox list. You can change this name, using up to 64 characters, with no empty spaces before or after the display name. This display name is required.
* Alias This is the mail contact’s alias. You can change the alias, using up to 64 characters. The alias must be unique to the organization. This alias is required.
* External email address This is the email contact’s primary SMTP address and the contact’s outside email account. Email sent to this contact is forwarded to this email address. You can change the external email address if necessary.
Click More options to display the OU that contains the mail contact account. You have to use Active Directory Users and Computers to move the contact to a different OU.
Use the Contact Information section to view or change the recipient’s contact information, such as mailing address and telephone numbers. This information appears in the address book.
Use the Organization section to record detailed information about the mail contact’s role in the organization. This information appears in the address book. Also, you can create a virtual organization chart that’s available from email clients such as Outlook.
Title View or change the contact’s title.
Department View or change the department in which the contact works. You can use this box to create recipient conditions for dynamic distribution groups and address lists.
Company View or change the company for which the contact works. You can also use this box to create recipient conditions for dynamic distribution groups.
Manager To add a manager, click Browse. In Select Manager, select a person, and then click OK.
Direct reports You can't modify this box. A direct report is a recipient who reports to a specific manager. If you’ve specified a manager for the recipient, that recipient appears as a direct report in the details of the manager's mailbox. For example, Toby manages Ann and Spencer, who are mail contacts. SoToby is specified in the Manager box in the organization properties for Ann and Spencer, and Ann and Spencer appear in the Direct reports box in the properties of Toby's mailbox.