Deleted Public mailbox e-mail address- Won't release address

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Deleted Public mailbox e-mail address- Won't release address

Postby Q291cnRuZXkgUg » Fri, 06 May 2005 21:16:04 GMT

I have Windows 2000 domain, w/ AD and a Exchange 2000 system.  

I had a public mailbox two years ago, but it was no longer in use, so I 
disabled the mailbox.  But now I need to reuse that e-maill address.  I can 
find the public mailbox if I do a search in AD. When I try to access the box, 
all it says is: 'Use Exchange System Manager to access full features of this 
box.'

The problem is, either Active Directory, or Exchange will not let me get 
back into this box.  I've tried to rename it, in hopes it would change the 
properties, but I still can't get into the box properties to release the 
e-maill address from this particular box. 

Looked in the MS KB, but can't really find this problem.



RE: Deleted Public mailbox e-mail address- Won't release address

Postby roberba » Fri, 13 May 2005 02:58:49 GMT

Use AD Users and Computers and get properties of the old mailbox. Click 
Exchange Tasks then click"Remove Exchange Attributes". The mailbox will be 
marked for deletion after the defined retention period. Go into the ESM and 
drill down to the mailbox store that held the old mailbox; right click on 
"mailboxes" and click "Run Cleanup Agent". The mailbox should have a red 
circle with a white X in it. You can either leave it this way and let it 
get deleted normally through mailbox manager or you can purge it 
imediately. One thing I've noticed about this proceedure is you need to 
wait a few minutes after removing the mail attributes or marking it for 
deletion before the ESM will show it as marked for deletion.

I hope that helps,



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"Bill Glidden" wrote:

> I meant to say that the Pulbic Folder email address does not appear in the 
> Public Folders address book either.
> 
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> news: XXXX@XXXXX.COM ...
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> > from an email address of a public folder. I have created the public
> > folder, created a Domain Local Security Group, added the users to the
> > group and given the Group Send As permissions to the folder. The Public 
> > Folder can receive mail OK, but when one of the users in group attempt to 
> > send as the email address is not available when they click From and look 
> > in the Global Address Book.
> >
> > Where have I gone wrong?
> >
> > Cheers,
> > Bill
> > 
> 
> 
> 

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