Use the Import Container tab to specify a container in
which to import GroupWise recipients. With Exchange, you can choose
to import users in three different ways: as users,
security-disabled users, or contacts.
Note Once you select an
import container, you cannot remove the container.
This option creates a Windows user account for
the user, but disables it. A GroupWise user with this account will
receive mail at their GroupWise mailbox. Although the user cannot
log on to Windows 2000 resources, the account can be enabled using
the Active Directory Users and Computers snap-in.
This option creates an active Windows user
account for the user. A GroupWise user with this account will still
receive mail at their GroupWise mailbox; they are not mailbox-enabled. However, they can log on to
Windows 2000 and access those resources with this account.
This option creates the user as a contact. The
GroupWise user will receive mail at their GroupWise mailbox. They
will not be able to access Windows 2000 resources.
If you create a Windows user, you can use this option to toggle
between active and inactive user accounts through directory
synchronization. However, you cannot change a user to a contact or
vice-versa using this option. To make this change, you must
manually delete the contact or user and then perform the import