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X400 address was deleted from Default Recipient Policy

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?
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Exchange_GeekCommented:
How do you exactly what the x400 address was before ??
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gvcriverboatAuthor Commented:
The address is stiil in the user account's address tab
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Exchange_GeekCommented:
I would recommend running forest prep first using legacy box CD and later followed by prepareAD using E2k7 CD.
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gvcriverboatAuthor Commented:
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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