Mailbox creation from another Domain.

Posted on 2007-07-23
Last Modified: 2010-03-06
We have windows 2003 sp1 and exchange 2003 sp2.  I have a child domain that doesn't have an exchange server.  We have an account in this domain that we need to have a mailbox created which will be created on an exchange server located on another child domain. Their is a trust from what I can see.  I ran domainprep on this domain to extend the schema.  I setup the administrator of this domain to have full exchange rights but it still doesn't create the mailbox eventhought I see that the account has the exchange tabs.  Is there something I am missing?
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    You ran domainprep in the location of the user and location of the server?

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    Just found the problem.  I forgot to create a new RUS for this domain.
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