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move messages from orphaned mailbox Exchange 2003

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I had a proiblem with getting a users Outlook to connect to his Exchange mailbox.  Deleted and recreated his account.  Now I can link to Exchange, but, of course, the inbox and others are emptyan see his original mailbox in ESM but can't find a way to move the messages from the now orphaned mailbox to the new working one.

Any suggestions most appreciated.

Ron Hicks
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Link any AD account to his old mailbox and then export mailbox to PST and give to user or merge into his new mailbox.
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Hmm.  I think I don't know where to start to link an acct to the mailbox.  Tell me more please.  I don't
 see any place in ESM or Users and Computers that looks promising.
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thanks.  looks great.
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