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Offline address list and recipient update missing from system manager

I have noticed today that in our exchange org (2003 SP2 on 2003 server) under recipients i have (details templates, Address templates and recipient policies). No GAL, no address lists, no offline address lists etc.

I checked adsi edit and under our exchange org address lists container I just have ("all address lists" and "all global a\ddress lists")

If I look under public folders and show system folders I can see the offline address lists there and there are replicaiting to servers but clients are not able to download them and as I mentioned above we have the "small" issue that we are missing several key bits from exchange admin.

We recently did a schema update of our domain from 2003 to 2008 for windows. If that is any thought but its supposed to work together and I hate to think that microsoft remove stuff in those updates.
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Rajith EnchiparambilOffice 365 & Exchange ArchitectCommented:
Schema updates shouldn't affect your Exchange, as 2008 schema changes are for a new domain controller in a 2003 domain environment.

Is there any error message in event viewer? Have you tried restating the Information Store?

Rajith.
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AnritsuLTDAuthor Commented:
That is my thought aswell.
There are no errors in event viewer. This is the same on all servers I have tried in the exchange org.
I did reboot one of the servers and no better.

When I try to expand the recipients object under exchange admin I get the error "there is no such object on the server"
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Rajith EnchiparambilOffice 365 & Exchange ArchitectCommented:
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jawad1481Commented:
HI!

the step would be that run "setup /forestprep" using exchange server cd, if posible also run "setup /domainprep".

this should resolve your problem.

howzzatt!!!!!!!!!
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AnritsuLTDAuthor Commented:
after the domainprep you also need to ensure that the Exchange domain servers group is a member of the exchange enterprise servers group.
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