Replicate a Mailbox that Doesn't
Have a Primary Windows Account in the Domain
You can specify the action that is taken when replicating
mailboxes whose primary Windows account does not exist in the
Active Directory domain. By default, a disabled Windows user
account is created.
This setting applies only to primary Connection Agreements because
only primary Connection Agreements can create new objects. Because
only one Connection Agreement creates objects, duplicate directory
objects are kept to a minimum.
To specify the action taken when replicating mailboxes whose
primary Windows account do not exist in the Active Directory
On the Start menu, point to Programs, point to
Administrative Tools, and then click Active Directory
In the details pane, double-click the Connection Agreement that
replicates the directory for that domain.
On the Advanced tab, in When replicating a Mailbox
whose primary Windows account does not exist in the Domain,
click one of the following options:
Create a disabled Windows user account. A user account
that does not permit logons.
Create a new Windows user account. A record that
consists of all the information that defines a user to Microsoft
Windows 2000. It creates a new user account in the Windows 2000
directory that includes the membership groups and the rights and
permissions for the user.
Create a Windows contact. A pointer to a foreign address
or a recipient outside the organization.