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I ran IDFix tool and it gave some duplicate names in error

value abc@domain.com   update : [E} abc@domain.com (error attached)

I have genuine abc@domain.com what is the other implies

Can idfix run against multiple domains or just one I ran from pc joined domain
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This mean that two users have same email address in profile or attribute

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I think its telling you that you have more than one account with the same email address.
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To run it on another domain, you will probably have to either remote into another computer that is joined to the other domain, or do the same to a domain controller in the other domain and run it directly on a DC for that domain.
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