Regarding problem 1, did you go though and look for resource mailboxes
before setting up ADC? In Exchange 2000 there is a one to one mapping of
mailboxes to user accounts. There can not be more than one mailbox owned by
a given user as was possible in Exchange 5.5. The easiest way to have done
this would be to use the NTDSATRB tool to look though your 5.5 directory and
flag these entries (see Q274173 for more info). If you did not do this,
then the ADC created disabled users in AD for each mailbox that could not be
associated with a user (the user name created would be the name of the
mailbox). Setting NTDSNoMatch (as is done by NTDSATRB) on an account would
prevent it from being associated with a user account if this was not their
'primary' mailbox allowing the correct mailbox to be tied to the user
account (and allow you to enable this mailbox as a user account later).
See Q256862 to correct mismatched mailboxes after the ADC has already run.
I would strongly advise installing SP3 on Exchange 2000. Especially the SP3
version of ADC as this, amongst other things, solves a problem when flipping
a one-way CA to a two-way (just in case you think of modifying your CA). It
looks like you're okay but I did this and got burned (Q316886).
Hope this helps.
> Hi !
> Yestarday I setup anExchange 2000 SP2 to join an Ex 5.5 SP3 Org.
> Setup ADC in Two Way.
> Problem 1 ) 3 mailboxes are recognized as not enabled mailbox, but they
> enabled in 5.5. How to resolve this ?
> Problem 2 ) After moving one mailbox to E2K I can send email to Internet
> to other mailbox that is hosted inside E2K, but can't send email to users
> that are still in Exc5.5 Server.
> I get error 5.1.1 and 5.4.6. Followed the Q272593, but didn't solve my
> Please any ideas ?