We have deployed CCM3.2, Unity3.13, and PA 1.32 in one of our customer enviroment.<br>Unity server is 2000 DC and running AD, exchange 2000.<br>Customer would like to replica their existing exchange 5.5 users database into exchange 2000 .Here is what I did in order to replica EX55 to exchange2000(in UNity):<br>1. Create ADC in Unity.<br>2. Create one way connection from exchange 55 to 2000.<br>3. Successfully replicate user directory from exchange 55 to Unity. I moved those users(not mailbox) into USER container of AD.<br><br>But here is problem I encounted:<br>1. I logged in Unity SA<br>2. Went into subsriber setting up<br>3. Selected import from exchange<br>4. I only can see the username which I just created in 2000, but those replcated from ex55 are not there. But if I chose import from internet user, then I can see internet users which are replicated from ex55.<br>Anybody can give me an idea?<br>Thanks a lot.<br><br><br><br>
Re: Couldn't see users when trying import from EX.
If they don't have mailbox references in the directory, Unity wont consider them eligible for being made into a subscriber. Internet Subscribers don't have mailboxes (they're contacts) so those will be visible for import.
full subscribers must have a mailstore we can log into and store/retrieve messages from.
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