We have a server 2008 DC and a separate server 2003 running Exchange 2003. Yesterday I noticed that the Active directory links on the Exchange server Administrative Tools menu were missing. I noticed this because when I added a new email account the default recipient addresses did not appear in the email addresses of the new user's property sheet. Also, even though the adding of the new user went normally there was no mailbox created for him.
What am I overlooking? Any help would be appreciated.
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