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Posted on 2013-11-15
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HI Guys,

Is any way I can convert a Mail user to user Mailbox,

I found out there are few users where I work, suddenly stop receiving emails and sending emails, and outlook stop updating his email.

Could you explain what is the different between Mail user and User Mailbox?


If we decide to delete that mail user and re-create it with enable user mailbox is that will work, and what will effect on the user profile.

Thank you in advance Guys.

Rabih
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Florin give you a appropriate discussion for this and one more useful link which describes you Converting Mail-User to Mailbox-User with a script take a look
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