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However you will not be able to edit those objects from 2007 Exchange Management Console until they are upgraded.
Therefore, you may notice that the default policy has a very inclusive LDAP recipient filter: "(mailnickname=*)". So first let's talk about how to confirm you need to upgrade the filter (and the version) on your EAP.
E-mail address policies created with legacy versions of Exchange must be upgraded using the 'Set-Email Address Policy' task, with the Exchange 2007 Recipient Filter specified.": Another way to check that doesn't rely on the GUI is to issue this one-liner: Matching these characteristics, you've now got a sense of which EAPs need to have their filters upgraded.
Another shortcut now that we've talked about the details is that you might just run a one-liner like this to get the consolidated list: Next step, how to do the upgrade on the default EAP (we'll talk about custom EAPs later in the post).
As discussed in this earlier blog post on OPATH Filters, Exchange 2007 uses a new style of filter syntax to replace the LDAP filters of previous versions.
This blog post will talk about the steps you can take to upgrade your legacy LDAP filters to the new syntax, allowing you to upgrade your Address List and Email Address Policy objects to the Exchange 2007 object version.Since these five ALs have well-known filters, we can simply provide the Exchange 2007 equivalent of these well-known filters to do the upgrades.