Adding an Exchange 2010 EMail account when adding an AD user account on a W2K8 R2 DC

Posted on 2011-10-07
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
I don't get the option to add an Exchange EMail account when I'm adding a user on my 2008 DC.  Nor do I get any Exchange tabs once I open the account in AD.  Is there an Exchange 2010 tools that I need to load on the DC?  I don't want to have to go to the Exchange server and add the email account after I add the user account on AD.  I would like it to be part of the add user wizard like in 2003.
Question by:Coopsys282
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    You do all of it from the exchange 2010 box.Add user and add mb.
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    This is a new change which has been developed after the release of the Exchange 2007. Hope this forum will clear your doubts..

    Good Luck..!!

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