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accepted Query list of email aliases in Exchange 2007
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accepted How does Exchange System Attendant determine what domain controller to bind to?
Feb
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comment How does Exchange System Attendant determine what domain controller to bind to?
Got it, thanks for your information. I will do some more reading.
Feb
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comment How does Exchange System Attendant determine what domain controller to bind to?
They are setup in Default-First-Site-Name. So i went in to DNS and set my priorities of the off site DCs to 1 and 2 respectively. Leaving the Master DC as priority 0. They were all priority 0 prior to me changing them just now. This should do the trick no?
Feb
8
comment How does Exchange System Attendant determine what domain controller to bind to?
They are setup in Default-First-Site-Name. So i went in to DNS and set my priorities of the off site DCs to 1 and 2 respectively. Leaving the Master DC as priority 0. They were all priority 0 prior to me changing them just now. This should do the trick no?
Feb
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asked How does Exchange System Attendant determine what domain controller to bind to?
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Feb
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answered Query list of email aliases in Exchange 2007
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asked Query list of email aliases in Exchange 2007
Sep
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answered Script to pull a list of user mailboxes with the Active Directory account disabled
Sep
23
comment Script to pull a list of user mailboxes with the Active Directory account disabled
The notes about using msExchHideFromAddressLists in the link you provided ended up being what i think is the simplest solution however as you can see above i chose Johnnies answer for the reasons given.
Sep
23
comment Script to pull a list of user mailboxes with the Active Directory account disabled
Thanks Phil this was very useful and i ended up using parts of this in my vbs solution as well as the LDIFDE solution to my problem.
Sep
23
comment Script to pull a list of user mailboxes with the Active Directory account disabled
I ended up using the techniques described here using vbs. I also used bits from Phils answer and ultimately Massimos answer gave me the idea to create the quickest solution to my problem. This is marked as answer because it was the first answer which worked, allthough not the easiest to implement as the info in Phil and Massimos answers combined to be the quickest/easiest.
Sep
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Sep
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accepted Script to pull a list of user mailboxes with the Active Directory account disabled
Sep
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comment Script to pull a list of user mailboxes with the Active Directory account disabled
The mailbox has not been flagged for removal via Disable Mailbox or Remove Mailbox.
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