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USER ACCOUNT LINKED TO DIFFERENT USER--CAN'T ACCESS EMAIL--WINDOWS 2000 SBS

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This is a link to a question I posted under Small Business Server.  I wasn't sure where the best place would be to post the question.  I have Windows 2000 Small Business Server with SP4, Exchange 2000 with SP3, and a Windows XP client, with SP2.

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Operating_Systems/SBS_Small_Business_Server/Q_21868007.html
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Hi,

Open ADUC (active directory users and computers) and right click on the user1 and user2 account and click on exchange tasks. over there click on remove exchange attributes and then in the ESM under mailbox store click on mailboxes and right click and run clean up agent
a RED x would come on the mailbox. right click on that and select reconnect and then select the appropriate account for user1 and user2 that you have for these users.

NOTE - MAKE SURE THAT THE RENTENTION PERIOD FOR DELETED MAILBOXES IS NOT SET TO 0 DAYS BEFORE YOU PERFORM THE ABOVE MENTIONED STEPS(you can check this by opening the properties of the mailbox store and then selecting limits)

Or try this site:

http://www.exchangepedia.com/blog/2006/03/how-to-reconnect-mailbox-to-another.html

Thanks
Ashish
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