Create a Recipient Update Service
If you have a domain in which Exchange 2000 is not installed, and you have users, groups, or contacts in that domain that need to be mail enabled, or you have users in that domain that need to be mailbox enabled, you must create a Recipient Update Service for that domain.
Important To create a Recipient Update Service for domains running Exchange 5.x but not running Exchange 2000, you must be an Exchange administrator and a domain administrator for the domain you are creating a new Recipient Update Service for.
To create a new Recipient Update Service responsible for a
domain where an Exchange 2000 server is not installed, you must
first have a domain administrator run setup with the /domainprep
setup /domainprep) on a Windows 2000 server in
the domain where Exchange 2000 is not installed. Only Exchange Full
Administrators at the Organization level can create or delete
Recipient Update Service objects. Exchange Administrators cannot
create or delete Recipient Update Service objects. For more
information about the DomainPrep utility, see Microsoft Exchange
2000 Server Planning and Installation.
To create a Recipient Update Service:
Note The Exchange 2000 server you select will be granted rights to modify Exchange attributes on recipients in the domain.
Related TopicsDeploying Recipient Update Service Select the Server and Domain Controller