How do I get the Exchange tabs in AD when setting up a new user?

I have installed Microsoft Exchange 2007 on a server.  On the Exchange server, I can see all of the AD schema. When I create a new user in AD, I dont get the option to create an email account, or the tabs are not there like, Exchange Advanced etc.  This is a 2003 AD Domain.
This is a new install of Exchange which I followed through the HTA file.

Can someone verify the necessary DLL's i need to register off of the Exchange server in order to have those tabs appear?  Are they the same as Exchange 2003?
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leegclystvaleCommented:
No you don't have tabs in AD anymore. You have to do things via the mmc and you need to start using powershell.

Not as easy to quickly administer anymore.

Create you users in the exchange mmc and it'll create the AD account too.

Shame, I liked the exc2003 tabs and eaasyness!

Cheers
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camoITAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the response Lee.

I just starting using Powershell in Windows 7 and Windows 2008 Server.
I know nothing about it....  Anything you can tell me to get me started??
lol

I would like to learn more..
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leegclystvaleCommented:
You need to do lots of googling and reading. :o)
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camoITAuthor Commented:
LOL!!

Got it!  
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leegclystvaleCommented:
Find out what you want to do then google it. There's loads of help
And I need to google everything I need to do in exchange. Steep learning curve as I don't use powershell much.. Until exchange 2007!
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camoITAuthor Commented:
Heres a quick question from your experience point of view.

Are you running Poershell from the Exchange server? Or are you running it on a Domian Controller?
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leegclystvaleCommented:
There's are separate shell for exchange. Start- programs-exchange 2007 and there is options for exchange console in the command line.
Can't remember what theyre called exactly
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leegclystvaleCommented:
Hi, have I answered your question satisfactorily? Is there any more I can help with, with regards to this question?
Cheers
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camoITAuthor Commented:
Thank you for your help!
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