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How to disable Exchange 5.5 mailbox

Posted on 2004-04-28
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Disable Exchange 5.5 mailbox without deleting it.
User account must not be disabled.
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Question by:Ixus
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Remove the Associate NT account or replace it with a dummy.
Alter the Mail addresses to a bogus one.
Hide mailbox from addressbook.
Set Send and receive to max. 1 kb
Remove all other security except for normal administrative access.

This should do the trick.
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