New Exchange Database... Outlook profile help

Just finished creating a new exchange email database after a dirty shutdown corrupted database failure. Moved all users in the database over to the new database. Mail is now flowing.

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Is there a way to not have to create new outlook profiles for all the users in the company? Is there a way to get around this time consuming step?
Mark DicksonManagerAsked:
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MAS (MVE)EE Solution Guide - Technical Dept HeadCommented:
-->Moved all users in the database over to the new database. Mail is now flowing.
Did you create new mailboxes in the new database?
if yes there is no alternate for this.i.e you have to create new profiles.. I am sorry to say that.
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Mark DicksonManagerAuthor Commented:
We imported the mailboxes from the old database
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Mark DicksonManagerAuthor Commented:
Was looking at RPCClientAccessServer attribute to see if that might work but not quite sure it will work in this case
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MAS (MVE)EE Solution Guide - Technical Dept HeadCommented:
-->We imported the mailboxes from the old database.
When your database is gone you cannot see mailboxes active in EAC/EMC.
Did you create new mailboxes and import PSTs?
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Michael B. SmithExchange & Active Directory ExpertCommented:
If you didn't do a "move request", then I'm afraid not. The database signature is different. A third party tool might help (see slipstick.com) but you'll need new profiles.
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Michael B. SmithExchange & Active Directory ExpertCommented:
There is no way to avoid creating new profiles when a new database has been created and a move-mailbox operation was not done. The mailbox has a new database signature. @MAS wrote this first. I added that third party tools might help and provided a resource that lists them.
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