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Backup Exec - deleted user and Exchange account - gives directory error in job log

Posted on 2006-10-20
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Should be an easy one- just want to know how to stop getting the error (directory invalid) in B.E. 10, for an AD and Exchange account. Account has been deleted a couple months.

thanks in advance
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Edit the selection list for the job and uncheck the users mailbox in question. If you don't see it in graphical mode the check text. If you still don't see the object then recreate the selection list from scratch as it will only select the current mailboxes.
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by:Trevor Local
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thanks- yeah- still didn't see it even in text mode.

I'll recreate-

thanks for quick response!!
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