Al mulnick 2012-06-09 05:34:22
Not sure I understand. If you removed the org, then you have no old users,
Sfellman 2012-06-18 17:02:20
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| Not sure I understand. If you removed the org, then you have no old
| do you?
| > Hi here it goes
| > We have 1 Exchange server 2k on a windows 2000 member
| > server, the organisation name is (Exchange) we removed
| > that server from the active directory using the removeorg
| > switch, it seems to have done the job ok. we want to
| > replace the old exchange 2000 server by a new exchange
| > server different name different organisation name.
| > But on my DC all my users are still pointing to my old
| > organisation name in user manager if i go on the exchange
| > tab and i’m unable to change it all options are greyd out.< | >
| > How can i change my organisation name on my users ???
| > If i create a new user that user points to the new
| > organisation..
Typically, removeorg is used to uninstall Exchange 2000 bits from AD and
shouldn’t affect user accounts. Did you follow the steps in:
273478 XADM: How to Completely Remove Exchange 2000 from Active Directory
If so, then you can probably fix your previously existing users with:
319201 HOW TO: Use Recipient Policies to Control E-mail Addresses in
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