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Posted on 2011-02-11
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I created a user in AD and when I go to Exchange to create the mailbox and choose existing user the object is not there.  I tried to delete the object from AD and it said the object does not exist.  Any ideas?  I am using windows server 2008rs and exchange 2010.
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search the security event logs on the DC for the account name. Look for the security event the account was created and also look for the deletion event. The deletion event will show what account or process deleted the AD account. You also need to have auditing for AD enabled so AD events are written to the event logs.
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Search the account in the AD.
Or create a new account while creating exchange mailbox and check.
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