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Remove a legacy E2k mailbox in an E2k7 organisation - 07 EMC or ADUC?

Posted on 2007-11-19
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Hi,
Can anyone confirm that a legacy E2k mailbox is removed thru ADUC (active directory users and comps - exchange tasks) or whether one should use the E2k7 Exchange Management Console?
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I have been telling all my clients to do Exchange 2007 work in EMC and Exchange 2000/2003 work in ESM/ADUC. Ensures you have access to everything.

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