X400 address was deleted from Default Recipient Policy

Posted on 2008-11-12
Last Modified: 2012-05-05
At final stages of migration to Exchange 2007, helper rebooted First Exchange 2003 Server and now the information store service will not start, the X400 address has been deleted/removed from the Default Recipient Policy, when i add the X400 address with ADSIEdit the exchange 2007 information store service stops and will not start until I remove the X400 address. How do I start the 2003 information Store service without the X400 address in the Default Recipient Policy?
Question by:gvcriverboat
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    Expert Comment

    How do you exactly what the x400 address was before ??

    Author Comment

    The address is stiil in the user account's address tab
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    Expert Comment

    I would recommend running forest prep first using legacy box CD and later followed by prepareAD using E2k7 CD.

    Accepted Solution

    Using ADSI Edit I copied the X400 address from an employee with a long history with the company mail system, to the Configuration container, CN=Services > CN=Microsoft Exchange > CN="mail domain name" > CN=Recipient Policies. Right click CN=Default Policy, choose Properties >gatewayProxy. I rebooted the Exchange 2003 server and the store and dependants started, Just waiting to see if the 2007 store will stop this time

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