Quote:>In my company we want to migrate our old E-mail server (NT 3.51 with
>SL-Mail) to a new E-mail Server (NT 4.0 with Exchange Server 5.5).
>My conclusion is that every E-mail Account on the Exchange Server 5.5 needs
>a Primary NT Account. Is this conclusion right ?
Quote:>This is not the situation we want. We would like to make E-mail Accounts on
>the Exchange Server without a Primary NT account attached, because the users
>in our company use different kind of E-mail client software and are in
Exchange can work with multiple e-mail client types and multiple
domains, using primary NT accounts without a problem.
Quote:>Is it possible to create an E-mail account without a
>Primary NT account attached to it ? With SL-mail this is possible.
No. Well you could create it with an NT group instead, but that would
just be silly for personal mailboxxen.
Exchange/ Outlook is an excellent opportunity to standardize you
client software. It's much easier to support 1 or 2 client types than
30, and using the same client type (e.g. Outlook 98) allows you to
leverage the full capabilities of an Exchange server.
The existence of users in multiple domains is a non-issue if the
appropriate trusts are put in place.
BV Solutions Group