Can not add Exchange properties in AD Users and Groups

We are currently running Server 2003 Standard Edition and Exchange 2003 on the same box.

I have installed the server 2003 admin pack on one of my XP workstations. When adding users through the AD Users and Groups program, I am not prompted to add the exchange properties to the user's account and, as a result,  the user is not able to use exchange.

How do I configure Users and Computers to add this information?
medium_gradeAsked:
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ryansotoCommented:
When you go through creating a user you arent getting the window that says 'create email account for user?'

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sekhar_kiitCommented:
You need to install Exchange System Management tools to access these properties on your local desktop. Or you can do changes on the Exchange server.
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medium_gradeAuthor Commented:
Nope.
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medium_gradeAuthor Commented:
The client has lost their Exchange media and are no longer able to get in touch with the person they purchased it from. Is there any other way to install the Exchange System Management tools?
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NetoMeter ScreencastsCommented:
Hi,
That's an easy question:)
As Sekhar Kiit suggests, you need the Exchange System Management Tools. The following short screencast demonstrates how to install ESM on your XP machine:
http://www.netometer.com/video/tutorials/esm/index.php

Regards,
Dean
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rehanahmedsCommented:
admin pack doesnt have exchange tools i guess... you have to install them seperately...
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ryansotoCommented:
Correct you need to have the disk or files to install the exchange tools on your machine
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sekhar_kiitCommented:
There is no license required for installing the tools. You can get any dump of Exchange server installation and from which you can install the system management tools. I am not sure of any free download site is available.
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rehanahmedsCommented:
if cd is not available download it from microsoft website
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medium_gradeAuthor Commented:
How about a Small Business Server disk?
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NetoMeter ScreencastsCommented:
From an Exchange 2003 server, copy the following DLLs from the \program files\exchsrvr\bin folder in to a common folder (preferably in the path) such as \windows\system32 on the machine on which you want to manage Exchange attributes:
Thats an easy one tooJ
Copy the following files from the Exchange server (\program files\exchsrvr\bin) to youre your XP system or Windows 2003 server (\windows\system32)
address.dll
escprint.dll
exchmem.dll
glblname.dll
maildsmx.dll
pttrace.dll
and register the maildsmx.dll:
REGSVR32.EXE c:\windows\system32\maildsmx.dll

Regards,

Dean
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rehanahmedsCommented:
nopes.. should be on exchange cd
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