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AD account deleted but not the mailbox (Exchange 2k3) - how can I connect a user to it

Posted on 2011-03-09
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Someone (long story) deleted a user account but not the exchange mailbox.  I have created a temp user account but don't know how to connect it to the mailbox.  Is this posisble and how?

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Not applicable - in step 1 it references deleteing the mailbox from the user account in AD.  That user account was already deleted.
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Just skip step 1, the article still seems valid for your question

Also this article describes how to recover a deleted AD account if that is something you want to do
http://www.petri.co.il/manually-undeleting-objects-windows-active-directory-ad.htm
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nevermind - I figured it out.

I just had to run the cleanup agent first then the document worked fine.

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