We have a hybrid setup.
I have a situation where certain users are not showing up on the local on-prem Exchange 2013 server under recipients.
We have two domains in our single forest. I will call our primary domain abc.com and the second domain xyz.local.
The users in the xyz.local domain just recently were added as cloud only 365 users and this past weekend, I merged their local domain accounts with their 365 accounts and modified Azure AD Connect to sync with both xyz.local as well as abc.com. Azure AD Connect syncs are working.
The users who do not show are all in the xyz.local domain. It is like the on-premise exchange server is not aware of the Active Directory partition that contains the xyz.local domain.
I tried to modify some of the attributes in AD on some of the users in xyz.local and then they started showing up in recipients -> mailboxes in the Exchange admin center for the on-prem Exchange server.
These are the attributes I modified, matching them with attributes from a user in abc.com:
targetAddress to firstname.lastname@example.org
msExchRemoteRecipientType to 6
msExchRecipientDisplayType to -2147483642
msExchRecipientTypeDetails to 2147483648
msExchVersion to 44220983382016
I am not sure if it is just one of the above attribute changes that allows the user to start showing in the on-premise Exchange server recipient mailboxes, or a combo of attributes.
However, once the user from xyz.local shows up, I get an error if I try to view or modify any properties via the Exchange admin center (on-prem):
The call to Microsoft Exchange Active Directory Topology service on server ‘TopologyClientTcpEndpoint (localhost)’ returned an error. Error details No suitable domain controller was found in domain ‘xyz.local’. Errors: .
I am wondering if you might have any advice. It seems like maybe the on-premise Exchange server just needs to be made aware of xyz.local. I did a lot of searching and have not been able to figure out if there is a setting in EAC or a PowerShell command that I should run in the Exchange Management Shell. Any help would be much appreciated.