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AD & Exchange server 2003 are not synchronizing.

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On 10/05/2013, some of the users & respective group policies were deleted in AD, W2k3 server. This was connected with Exchange server 2003. After this issue, we recovered some of the users, using adrestore. After this, there is absolutely no synching between AD & Exchange server 2003 for the users. (Eg: if we reset the password in AD, we have to again reset the password in exchange also). Please guide us to troubleshoot the issue.
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How to get the mailbox linked back after adrestore
http://www.experts-exchange.com/OS/Microsoft_Operating_Systems/Q_25883122.html
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by:Marc Dekeyser
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SOrry, can you elaborate further how you are resetting the password in AD & Exchange as that should be one and the same? WHat errrors are you getting in the eventlog log (application and system logs?)
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by:dan_blagut
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I think you must look on the Exchange server configuration to see what AD server use. What I think is in the AD you should have one big problem. So if the server where you restored the user and the server used by Exchange is not the same, then look @ the replication between that servers.

Dan
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