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Exchange 2010 Uninstall (Forced to manually uninstall?)

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I have tried to uninstall our Exchange Server, because we have moved to Office 365.

But before I could uninstall, my Exchange server said i needed to delete the SystemMailbox Users, so I did that.
 After that it said I needed to delete all of my Mailbox Export Request, but I can't delete them, without the System Mailbox User...

I tried to recreate them with the command "setup.com /preparead" without luck. The new accounts gets new names, and then the mailbox requests won't recognise them.  

Is there any way I can delete these mailbox requests without having the System Mailbox Users?

Regards Nicolai.


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Sudhir Bidye earned 500 total points
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See if you can remove the requsts with ADSIEdit.

Go to below location in ADSIEDIT and check if the export requests show there.

CN=MailboxExportRequests, CN=Mailbox Replication,CN=YOUR EXCHANGE ORG,CN=Microsoft Exchange,CN=Services,CN=Configuration,DC=domain,DC=com
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Perfect! Thanks, easy and clean solution.

Regards Nicolai.
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