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There is a program in the win2k resource kit called addusers.exe for batch creation of NT accounts.  This unfortunately does not seem to create email accounts for the users.

Does anybody know of a tool (or how to do it in exchange server 2k) that can take a list of users in a text file and create email accounts for them?

I have around 500 to create!!!

Many thanks,

Stu.
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