Since upgrading to Unity 3.02 from 2.4.6. I have not been able to Import Existing exchnage Users. When I check on the IEEU area it does not find any exchange users. When I do a search by name, alias, etc it does not find any.<br><br>How can I correct theis? I am running exchange 5.5 in a windows 2000 domain with ADC.<br><br><br>
Do you not see ANY exchange users when you search or just the guys you're looking for? If you create a test Exchange user in the recipients container of your Exchange 5.5 site, wait a few minutes and then try to find them in the add users page in the SA, does it show up or not? Do you get the same results importing using the bulk import utility (found under the Unity program group) as you do from the SA?
The BulkImport utility wont show users that are already subscribers (same as the SA) it just lets you import lots of users in one shot instead of one at a time as the SA does. It wont "reset" any standing subscirber.
If the problem is you're trying to import users that were subscribers on the previous system and you hadn't removed their subscriber properties off their mail user records, then you have some options. Is that the case? Did you not run a proper uninstall of the 2.4.6 system prior to installing 3.0 (i.e. remove all the subscriber properties off the standing users)? If that's the case you'll need to clean the subscriber properties off those accounts you now want to import into the 3.0 system.
This is why I was wondering if a new user you just added to Exchange showed up or not... trying to figure out if this is a search scope/filtering issue or if it's something else such as subscriber properties already being on these accounts causing Unity to assume it should leave them alone.
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