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No properties are available on this object in exchange system manager

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I upgraded from exchange 5.5 (on windows 2000 box) on windows 2000 domain to exchange 2003 on brand new windows 2003 box, I used the coexistance option, installed ADC, and migrated the mailboxes to the new server, Im getting event id 13562 source ntfrs, and event id 8108 source MSDAC on the domain controller. When I double click on the users mailboxes on the new exchange server I get no properties are available on this object. I can send and receive emails with no problem.

Can you help please, I have to get this working before morning.
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I don't know about the errors but the "no properties on this object" is normal when clicking on a mailbox in System Manager.  All the properties you would expect to see there (from Exchange 5.5) are now in the user account properties in Active Directory Users and Computers.
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Thank you, I figured this out last night after seeing it on a post on the net.
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