From: Rosewood Re: ExMerge - What am I doing wrong? I also tried adding the user to the Mail Operators group. I used the PowerUser template. Did you "delegate" a user as an Exchange Full Administrator? -- /kj "Rosewood"
As for the whole Outlook / mapi thing, I am running exmerge from the /bin directory which does have the proper mapi dll. Exmerge in SBS and 100,000 mailbox Orgs are typically done differently. When I login as this new user and run exmerge, I get the following errors in ExMerge: Error encountered getting mailbox information from the private information store database(s) on server SBS2003. From: Rosewood Re: ExMerge - What am I doing wrong?
Log: [11:03:36] 'SBS2003' is running Exchange Server 2000 or later [11:03:37] Mailbox '/o=EDITED/ou=first administrative group/cn=Configuration/cn=Servers/cn=SBS2003/cn=Microsoft System Attendant' will be ignored as its DN contains strings in the ignore list [11:03:37] Error You just need to be granted the send/receive as permissions on the message store and have sufficient permissions on the workstation. Make sure you have adequate permissions on the Information Store object. Next by thread: Profiles seem muddled on one PC Index(es): Date Thread Flag as inappropriate (AWS) Windows Science Usenet ArchiveAboutPrivacyImprint www.tech-archive.net >Archive >Windows >microsoft.public.windows.server.sbs >2006-12
Please refer to the 'ExMerge.log' log file for more information. From: "kj"
Go figure. The advantage of this method is not having to remove the inherited deny permissions and not needing to be an server administrator. Obviously exmerge works because I can run it as admin (with the denies removed) but not as a power user w/ r+w to the exchange directory and the permissions set in read the full info here Drill into the advanced settings and remove the deny's for the groups to which the user belongs "Rosewood"
Remove the denies on the store and then restore them? (Out of curiousity, why is the administrator by default locked out of user's mailboxes but can so easily remove said "locks"?) From: Rosewood Re: ExMerge - What am I doing wrong? I received errors originally. The denies are in place for a separation of administration, but as is the case in AD, a Domain Admin is a deity. -- /kj "Rosewood"
I do that enough to my clients I deserve a little back on me every once and awhile too. Thank you. "SusanV"
From: R Re: ExMerge - What am I doing wrong? navigate to this website I gave the user full control on the exchange server in the exchange management tool. References: ExMerge - What am I doing wrong? If there is a group that I should be adding this temporary exchange merge user to, then please, do tell.
I gave the user full access to the /bin/ directory. From: Rosewood Prev by Date: Re: CompanyWeb issue Next by Date: Re: cumalitive explorer update stops R2 technologies update Previous by thread: Re: ExMerge - What am I doing wrong? Thanks. . More about the author Re: ExMerge - What am I doing wrong?
I then went into the user's exchange advanced tab that is being merged and made sure that they had Send/Receive available for that specific user. I just logged back on the server to do it again so I could share said errors and ... Thanks for the help through this disaster recovery guys. "Jan"
From: SusanV Re: ExMerge - What am I doing wrong?
However, like I said in my original message, the user I created for this is granted full control over the store. Full Control includes Receive As and Send As. I uncheck inheriting Deny and add Allow (send as, receive as). Make sure you have adequate permissions on the Information Store object.
From: Jan Re: ExMerge - What am I doing wrong? Also, my error message does not match that KB entry. of course it worked. click site From: Rosewood Re: ExMerge - What am I doing wrong?
I also made sure that on the information store itself that the temporary Power User had full control and wasn't denied anything. So for the record, what is the "proper" way to run exmerge.