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Is there a way to export MS Exchange users [users bin] to a table within SQL Server

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Hello.

I would like to export user information from the active directory of Microsoft Exchange server.  I tried to register a new server on through Enterprise Manager and locate the server that the Exchange server software is located.  However, upon doing this, I could not get connected.  What am I missing here?  Is there a way that I can export the data in MS Exchange (basic user information) into my table (MS SQL Server database)?

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howdy,

have a look at this http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=155414

hope that it helps
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