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Default Address List Pointing to 2003 server

Hi,
WE are recieving the following warning message within event viewer:

warning emssage

Looking in adsi edit I cannot find a container called Deleted Objects?

Command Shell for default address list shows the following:

[PS] C:\Windows\system32>Get-OfflineAddressBook | FL


RunspaceId                       : ee2cca51-7b70-4fd6-b401-134e54d0fe99
Server                           : TDSEXC
AddressLists                     : {\Default Global Address List}
Versions                         : {Version4}
IsDefault                        : True
PublicFolderDatabase             : tds.local/Configuration/Deleted Objects/Public Folder Store (SERVER)
                                   DEL:38f356a3-eccf-4ab6-ba68-98aaa7ae3d76
PublicFolderDistributionEnabled  : False
GlobalWebDistributionEnabled     : False
WebDistributionEnabled           : True
LastTouchedTime                  : 16/03/2012 05:11:05
LastNumberOfRecords              : 234
MaxBinaryPropertySize            : 32768
MaxMultivaluedBinaryPropertySize : 65536
MaxStringPropertySize            : 3400
MaxMultivaluedStringPropertySize : 65536
ConfiguredAttributes             : {OfficeLocation, ANR, ProxyAddresses, ANR, PhoneticGivenName, ANR, GivenName, ANR, P
                                   honeticSurname, ANR, Surname, ANR, Account, ANR, PhoneticDisplayName, ANR, DisplayNa
                                   me, ANR, ExternalMemberCount, Value, TotalMemberCount, Value, ModerationEnabled, Val
                                   ue, DelivContLength, Value, MailTipTranslations, Value, ObjectGuid, Value, IsOrganiz
                                   ational, Value...}
DiffRetentionPeriod              : 30
Schedule                         : {Sun.05:00-Sun.05:15, Mon.05:00-Mon.05:15, Tue.05:00-Tue.05:15, Wed.05:00-Wed.05:15,
                                    Thu.05:00-Thu.05:15, Fri.05:00-Fri.05:15, Sat.05:00-Sat.05:15}
VirtualDirectories               : {TDSEXC\OAB (Default Web Site)}
ExchangeVersion                  : 0.10 (14.0.100.0)
AdminDisplayName                 :
Name                             : Default Offline Address List
DistinguishedName                : CN=Default Offline Address List,CN=Offline Address Lists,CN=Address Lists Container,
                                   CN=First Organization,CN=Microsoft Exchange,CN=Services,CN=Configuration,DC=tds,DC=l
                                   ocal
Identity                         : \Default Offline Address List
Guid                             : df9076e8-a9f7-4ed9-a659-aa2edadbd6d6
ObjectCategory                   : tds.local/Configuration/Schema/ms-Exch-OAB
ObjectClass                      : {top, msExchOAB}
WhenChanged                      : 16/03/2012 13:25:03
WhenCreated                      : 20/05/2005 16:25:15
WhenChangedUTC                   : 16/03/2012 13:25:03
WhenCreatedUTC                   : 20/05/2005 15:25:15
OrganizationId                   :
OriginatingServer                : TDSFS.tds.local
IsValid                          : True


I really am stuck as to how to resolve this.
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Kenzii
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Kenzii
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Gaurav SinghSolution ArchitectCommented:
You can use two ways to correct the issue :

1. Update-Recipient : Running the update-recipient cmdlet against an affected user should correct the issue. The logic for update-recipient has been updated to address the homeMTA scenarios. (update-recipient jsmith)

2. Move Mailbox : If you coincidentally plan on moving the affected mailboxes, this should correct the issue as well since update-recipient is automatically included at the end of move mailbox.
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Gaurav SinghSolution ArchitectCommented:
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KenziiAuthor Commented:
Sorry, the 2003 server is completely decommissioned and removed from the network. All mailboxes are on exchange 2010.

I think all users are effected by this so can I run this update-recipient against the mailbox instead of the user? (Over 100 users)
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Gaurav SinghSolution ArchitectCommented:
Yes just run update reciepint only
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KenziiAuthor Commented:
Ok, just found another error.

Process w3wp.exe () (PID=14628). Object [CN=SystemMailbox{30D0272D-6F88-4E88-BF8C-E8F21644195C},CN=Microsoft Exchange System Objects,DC=tds,DC=local]. Property [HomeMTA] is set to value [tds.local/Configuration/Deleted Objects/Microsoft MTA
DEL:34365cde-4131-4c1f-b3b7-3576999d2fb9], it is pointing to the Deleted Objects container in Active Directory. This property should be fixed as soon as possible.
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KenziiAuthor Commented:
using the EBPA i was able to find the exact cause of these issues and resolve.
I cannot remember exactly everthing i went through but was all to do with ADSI Edit and a unclean decomssion of the old exchange 2003 server.
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KenziiAuthor Commented:
Issue was resolved by using EBPA (exchange best practices analyiser.
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