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Posted on 2004-04-13
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Hello,

Does anyone know what this event ID error is related to ? I checked eventid.net but didn't get a satisfactory answer.

Here it is

The user account for <user name> does not exist in the directory or is not enabled for Exchange mail. This mailbox will be removed from mailbox store 'First Storage Group/Mailbox Store (server)' in 21 days.

Eventhough the accounts do exisit in the AD and are valid accounts of users in the domain. Can anyone shed light on this, thanks!
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nyck6623 earned 500 total points
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Well hmmm.. Has the account been used recently?
If not maybe thats the problem..
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Yes the accounts are being used.
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