Exchange tabs not showing on user properties on new 2003 DC

I recently set up a new server with W2K - made it a domain controller - then upgrade to 2003 - ALL the proper steps per the Microsoft KB and other suggestions here. I have a W2K member server running Exchange 2000. I also ran the script to avoid mangled Attributes. I also have the another DC running W2K - On the new server everything is replicating and in holds the FSMO roles and is a GC. My question is what do I have to do to get the Exchange tabs to show up on the 2003 DC?
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Chris DentPowerShell DeveloperCommented:

Install the Exchange System Tools from the Exchange Server CD.

That will also require that you install IIS (SMTP, NNTP and WWW), but all of those services can be disabled and aren't required for AD Users and Computers Add-in to run.

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