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NO exchange features show up in Active Directory Users and Computers

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I have a Windows XP Sp2 WS and I've installed the following admin tools pak :WindowsServer2003-KB304718-AdministrationToolsPack.exe

When I go to administer users and computers I get no option for administering exchange tasks.  For instance: When creating a new account if I do not log on to the exchange server, either remotely or at the console, no e-mail account will be created.  But if I do then I have no problems.  How can I gain the ability to do this from an administrative workstation?
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Lee W, MVP earned 500 total points
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You need to install the Exchange System Manager program on your computer - that's what modifies the Active Directory Users and Computers tool to display the exchange features.
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You also need to install IIS on windows XP machine to install exchange system manager.

Regards,

Prasad
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