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Exchange Tasks does not show up in Server 2008 active directory

Posted on 2009-05-13
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I have recently added a new server to our domain.

The domain is made up of 1 exchange server, 1 terminal server
both of these servers are server 2003
both have active directory

when you right click a user there is an option              exchange tasks...

This does not appear in my server 2008 active directory.
on the 2008 i can view, modify, add users but not email address.

please advise on how to get this option.
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You can't.
The Exchange tasks only appear on a machine with the Exchange 2003 management tools installed. I am not aware of a version that will install on Windows 2008. I don't think the Vista version will load.
You will need to use ADUC on the Exchange 2003 server for mailbox tasks.

Simon.
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Thank you.

I have also contacted a Microsoft person regarding this issue and I will award to you if this is confirmed.
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haven't received answer from Microsoft assuming you are correct.
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