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Recipient Properties > Organization Tab (RTM)

 

Applies to: Exchange Server 2007

Topic Last Modified: 2007-06-12

Use the Organization tab to view or change the information about the recipient's role and workgroup in your organization.

The information contained in the following fields helps ease recipient management by providing additional information about each recipient. Using consistent conventions for each field will improve the overall effectiveness of recipient management in your organization.

Title

Use this box to view or change the recipient's title.

Company

Use this box to view or change the company for which the recipient works.

noteNote:
You can use the Company field to create recipient conditions for dynamic distribution groups, e-mail address policies, or address lists.
Department

Use this box to view or change the department in which the recipient works.

noteNote:
You can use the Department field to create recipient conditions for dynamic distribution groups, e-mail address policies, or address lists.
Office

Use this box to view or change the office location for the recipient.

Manager

Select this check box to specify this recipient's manager. By specifying the manager for each recipient in your organization, you can create a virtual organization chart that is accessible from e-mail clients such as Microsoft Outlook.

  • Click Browse to open the Select Recipient User or Contact dialog box. Select the recipient's manager, and then click OK to return to the property page.

Direct Reports

Use this text box to view the list of mailbox users and contacts that are managed by this recipient. This field is read-only and is populated automatically when this recipient is designated as a manager for another recipient.

For example, assume that you configured John's mailbox to have Karen as John's manager. The Organization tab in John's mailbox properties will list Karen in the Manager field. When you view the properties of Karen's mailbox, you will see that John is listed in the Direct Reports field (Figure 1).

Figure 1   Manager and direct reports relationship

Manager - Direct Reports example

To learn more about managing recipients, see Managing Recipients.

 
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