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Hi,

1)How do I  make a DC adding a mailbox automatically (when creating a new account) using
exchange 2010 SP2

2) How can I see the Email address TAB in AD

Thanks
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create email address from exchange it will create an account in AD
http://www.elmajdal.net/ExchangeServer/How_To_Create_A_New_User_Mailbox_in_Exchange_Server_2010.aspx

You can see the email address in the genereal tab of account properties from AD.
Please check the attachment
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