change journal receipent mailbox

Exchange 2003 sp2 , I want t change the mailbox to a DL mailbox.
1.      In Exchange System Manager, expand Servers, expand  <your Exchange server>, expand <storage group>¸and then right-click the mailbox store.
2.      On the General tab, select Archive all messages sent or received by mailboxes on this store, and then click Browse to specify a mailbox as the journaling mailbox. All journaled messages for senders on this mailbox store are sent to the mailbox you specify.
When I disabled journaling, I thought that I would be able to browse, so I could pick a new mailbox. The General tab is still greyed out, even after disabling journaling. Do I have to stop the exchange services inorder to make this change?
How is this done?
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jim3725Asked:
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Jian An LimSolutions ArchitectCommented:
can you confirm you don't have a system policies?

Right-click the Exchange Organization, properties, check the box for display Administrative Groups then expand system Policies.

The grey out usually means system policies kick in
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jim3725Author Commented:
I do have a system policy, "MB-Policy"  I 've attached print screen. I do see that I can change the recipient from properties under general on this MB-Policy.
I am trying to have 3rd party host my journaling, instead of a local account.
Also, I don't want to disrupt my current MB-poiicy which does clean up
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Jian An LimSolutions ArchitectCommented:
can you check around on every single tab to see whether there is a settings ?

p/s: Exchange 2003 is really out of support and i have dropped my test lab sometimes back.
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jim3725Author Commented:
tip pointed me in the right direction
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