Auto Accept Agent: unregister mailbox switch not working

I am unable to unregister a mailbox from the Auto Accept Agent using RegisterMailbox.vbs /u:username@mydomain.com.  I receive a Windows Script Host message box "Invalid parameters". I'm pretty sure I have the syntax correct  and I'm certain I have entered the correct SMTP address. Also, I verified the account is registered using the MailboxStatus script.

OS is Windows Server 2003 Ent SP1 with Exchange 2003 SP2.

Thanks
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b0lsc0ttIT ManagerCommented:
This isn't my expertise but don't you want to use /m instead of /u if that is the single mailbox you wish to unregister.  I'm pretty sure the /u switch doesn't take parameters and is used to unbind or remove full access.

Let me know how that helps or if you have a question.

bol
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stockampsupportAuthor Commented:
I'll try that (it can't hurt- the mailbox is already registered) but here a line taken directly from the script:

"/U          Unregisters Auto Accept Agent from the given mailbox(es)."

Thanks for the suggestion,

Greg
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stockampsupportAuthor Commented:
Tried using /m. Output yields another Windows Script Host dialog:

"Event binding already exists"

Thoughts anyone?
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b0lsc0ttIT ManagerCommented:
Would you clarify what you are using for the command?  I did misunderstand a bit and the last comments clarified it.  Even though you might want to do use the /u switch you don't specify the mailbox with it.  That is why I am curious about the command you are using now.

RegisterMailbox /m:username@domain.com /u

Let me know the command you are using now.  If you didn't try the command as in the example above you can give it a try.

bol
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stockampsupportAuthor Commented:
That worked. Thanks Bol!
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b0lsc0ttIT ManagerCommented:
Great!  Your welcome!  Let me know if you had any related follow up questions or needed help closing this.

bol
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b0lsc0ttIT ManagerCommented:
Thank you for the grade, the points and the fun question.  I'm glad I could help.

bol
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