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AD users and computers not showing email tabs

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After installing exchange 2003, do I need to update the domain controllers, with the new AD users and computers, or should they see the exchange tabs by default, after 2003 exchange is integrated?
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rakeshmiglani earned 2000 total points
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yes,
you need to install the exchange management tools on the DCs so that the exchange tabs are available when you check the user properties.
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Thanks rakeshmiqlani
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