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Using LDIF to removed certain proxyaddresses

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Hi,

I have used exchange 2000 and created a policy thats has added an extra domain to all my users accounts.

er. the users had the following email address  john.smith@freeland.com, and now I have added john.smith@freeland2.com

I know that this has no actually effect unless I point the mail for the freeland2.com domain to my exchange server.  However I want to remove *@freeland.com proxyaddresses....  using ldif I have about 3000 users.

anyone who of the script/code that I could use to perform this??

Thanks
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There is already a tool out that can do this, its called ADModify.  Download here:

http://www.gotdotnet.com/Workspaces/Workspace.aspx?id=f5cbbfa9-e46b-4a7a-8ed8-3e44523f32e2
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Wanted to do this without buying anything...
Just did it all by hand!!!!

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