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Cannot create mailbox from DC on domainB

Posted on 2006-11-28
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I have 2 domains running off 1 exchange server.  I have no issue creating users and adding them to mailbox stores from domainA (where the exchange server resides)

I have installed the exchange connectors on a DC on DomainB where i would like to give an admin access to create new groups and users with mailboxes.  He is able to see existing email addresses on existing users, but when creating a new user or group he is unable to select a mailbox store.  the drop down box is empty.  it allows for mailbox creation but it want to select a store which does not exist so it doesn't allow for creation of user.

please help!
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have you updated the recipient policy and all that with the new domain?
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by:lgropper
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i did yes, all mail is working and updating on domainB.  its just the admin on the domainB side doesn't seem to have access to add users to the mailbox stores.
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did you try the delegate of control in system manager/not in AD to allow him do this?
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by:lgropper
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i just tried to do that and it failed trying to grant permissions to the user?  I also tried it for my account on domainB and it worked!!

i just need to figure out why i can't get it added to this specific user.
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got it to work, thank you so much!
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