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This section contains the following topics:
What is the difference between operating my Exchange organization in mixed mode versus native mode?
You can operate your Exchange 2000 organization in mixed mode or native mode. Native mode offers full Exchange 2000 functionality, while mixed mode offers interoperability between Exchange 2000 and previous versions of Exchange. When you install Exchange 2000 your Exchange 2000 organization is in mixed mode by default.
This default setting ensures future interoperability with previous versions of Exchange (for example, if you install a server running Exchange 5.5 at a later time), even if no Exchange 5.x servers exist at the time of installation. The concept of mixed mode and native mode in Exchange organizations is similar to the idea of mixed mode and native mode domains in Active Directory. For Exchange 2000, native mode and mixed mode can be selected only at an organizational level. More...
Do I manage my Exchange 4.x and 5.x mailboxes from Exchange Server Administrator or from Windows 2000 Active Directory Users and Computers?
Do I manage my Exchange 4.x and 5.x servers from Exchange Server Administrator or from System Manager?
After installing Active Directory Connector to an existing Microsoft Exchange version 5.5 server and upgrading the Windows NT accounts domain to Windows 2000, it appears that there are multiple objects representing the same users, contacts, and groups in Active Directory. What is the reason for this?
When duplicate accounts are merged into a selected destination account, Windows NT access and group and Distribution List memberships are preserved. In addition, the integrity of all other available attributes is maintained. More...
What deployment scenarios create duplicate accounts in Active Directory?
The following are three of the deployment scenarios that warrant the use of Active Directory Account Cleanup Wizard.