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No properties are available on this object - double click on mailbox in Exchange System Manager - 2003

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Is this normal to see in Exchange System Manager under Administrative Groups --> YourGroup --> Servers-->YourServer--->First Storage Group--> Mailbox Store (YourServer)-->Mailboxes--> Then Double Click on any Mailbox

ESM Exchange 2003 - Mailbox
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This is actually normal when double clicking on a mailbox in Exchange System Manager.  All the properties you would expect to see (from 5.5) there can be found in the user account's Properties in Active Directory Users and Computers.
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