Aug 02 2018 01:10 AM
Aug 02 2018 01:10 AM
I can't change alias name where appeared the message " the object is being synchronized from your on-premises organization. This action should be performed on the object in your on-premises organization "
Any help please .....
Aug 02 2018 04:01 AMSolution
Aug 05 2018 12:54 AM
I applied that command with power shell but appears error
Set-remotemailbox : The term 'Set-remotemailbox' is not recognized as the name of a cmdlet, function, script file, or operable program.
Aug 05 2018 02:00 AM
Aug 05 2018 02:14 AM
Hi @Walid Fawzy,
You can change it using this article https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/2824766/mailnickname-or-alias-attribute-in-exchange-online-...
Aug 05 2018 07:12 AM
Did you run the cmdlet in an Exchange Management Shell (EMS)? The cmdlet is not available in a regular PowerShell session.
Which version of Exchange is in use on-premises?
Aug 05 2018 11:18 AM - edited Aug 05 2018 11:19 AM
Yes, this is what i'm doing personally and it seems more user friendly for not powershell savvy users. Just edit some attribute and add new smtp string. And you don't have to keep on-prem Exchange just to add aliases..
Aug 06 2018 01:26 AM
Aug 06 2018 01:38 AM
Aug 06 2018 01:54 AM
Aug 06 2018 02:13 AM
Usually it syncs changes from on prem AD to Azure every 30 min, unless you force a sync (at least AD Connect does). Have you waited enough? Also how are you checking if it works? New alias should appear in email addresses list in this user's Office 365 user card in admin center. You can also try sending an email to the new address.
Aug 06 2018 06:01 AM
He is trying everything we throw at him.
Walid, do one screenshot of attribute editor, proxy addresses details window (with masked actual address). You can also do a screenshot of Office 365 admin center with that user's details opened. And i guess you can do screenshots of running powershell commands you've been suggested above.
Also, what happens if you email to alias address?
Aug 06 2018 08:35 AM
It seems that your main SMTP address uses your real domain ..gy.com, but for aliases you try to use microsoft.com. Just use your own main domain. I don't think you should use domain.onmicrosoft.com either, although this might work. But i think your real domain is what is desired to use in aliases.
Aug 07 2018 12:21 AM
I agree with that. You should use only domains, that are configured correctly at O365 admin portal. Also do not use *.onmicrosoft.com, there is problem with synchronizing: https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/Deployment/Issues-with-adding-mydomain-onmicrosoft-com-proxya...