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Exchange don't create mailbox or gal

Posted on 2008-06-16
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Hello All

6 month ago i installed a new server on our network, and migrated alle the user's and email adr.
all work fine exept when i add a new user in the AD it don't create the email on exchange, and the user dont get created in the global adress list (GAL), if i create the email manual in ad on the exchange email tab i can send email to it but the user is still not in the gal
the ad and the excanhge server is on the same server on a windos 2003 standart server.

can anyone help med make it work again
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by:rakeshmiglani
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check if the RUS is still pointing to the old exchange server in ESM
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path would be
open ESM
expand recipients
expand recipient update service
on the left hand side, you would see 2 objects
check their properties one by one to see if the server names mentioned in them are correct.
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thx alot that worked :-)
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