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Error in Active Directory when trying to amend email address tab

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Hi,

I have active directory installed on my local machine (XP) as well as the MS Exchange system admin tools, and the patch that is required to supposedly make these work together.

I can now see the exchange tabs in the user properties in the Active Directory, however I am not able to amend the properties of the email addresses tab.

When I attempt to do so I get the error:
"There is no such object on the server.
Facility: Win32
ID no: c0072030
Microsoft Active Directory - Exchange Extension"

Does anyone have any ideas?

thanks!
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by:alshahnaz
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reastart the global catalog server.it must solve the issue

Shahnaz
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hi,
  just one more.try loging in as adminstrator.it might also be a access problem.

Shahnaz
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by:gjirvine3000
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Thanks Shahnaz - the problem was that I was not a member of the domain admins group.

Cheers.
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