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Dear All,
Now I am attempting to unstall exchange 2003. when doing this by add:remove program I got that message " 0x80072030 (8240): There is no such object on the server"
using ADSIedit i found this :
CN=Postmaster\0ADEL:b713c6db-1b0e-4090-a2bc-57a05742546b,CN=Deleted Objects,DC=tc,DC=conso,DC=com
All mailboxes have been transfered to a remote RPC over HTTP exchange 2003 server on site A.
How could I fix this issue in order to remove exchange on server. then unstall windows 2003 on the server on site B

thks in advance
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please check this and let me know

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/283089

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Hi,

I already check this. But did not find postmater on this server thought ADSIedit.
I have turned off the exchange server locate on site B. We do not see any issues from users on site B when sending/receiving emails.

madinina
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Did you try uninstalling by exch2003 cd.
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Nope. from add/remove program
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Try removing components by running exch2003 cd and let me know.
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If it is your first exchange server then refer the following article.
http://www.msexchange.org/tutorials/Removing-First-Exchange-2003-Server-Part1.html
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abbasiftt,

I tried removing from the CD. I got the same error message.
Before uninstalling manually, I would like to make sure I have all information.
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You turn off the server for today and observe the situation. If mails are working fine,
tomorrow or after tomorrow uninstall manually.
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Thks guys for your help
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