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new install on old domain - 4.May2004 4:18:00 PM   
infinitone

 

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At my company we have a mail server which runs Postfix on Linux and has died... after several meetings we have decided to implement exchange 2003 to our 2000/2003 mixed active directory domain. I have tested Exchange in our testlab with no issues except my exisiting accounts already on the domain before Exchange was installed do not get any of the new "Exchange tabs" is a tool required to update the exisiting users with these new tabs? after multiple searches all i find are articles on migrating from other mail services which i cant do at this point... i appreciate all the help

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RE: new install on old domain - 4.May2004 7:29:00 PM   
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Make sure you run the forestprep and domain prep to extend the new schema attributes. Exhange tabs should appear for all mail enabled users. You can check if they mail enabled by using the AD users and computers mmc that gets installed by the exchange setup, viewing from that console will allow you to see who has email and who dosen't

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