Modify the User List File
Migration Wizard can export the user list from existing Microsoft Mail mailboxes. Before importing mailboxes to Active Directory, you can modify the user list to conform to your naming conventions or Windows 2000 security account needs.
You must select a two-step migration to modify the user list.
Note For Microsoft Mail, the second step of migration is slightly different than for other mail systems: Rather than selecting Import from Migration Files, select Migrate from MS Mail for PC Networks for both steps.
To modify the user list file:
The following fields are in the user list. You cannot change the first two fields, and you must keep the first five fields in the same order:
|SFS_UserName||The mailbox name or alias of this mailbox in the postoffice. Do not change this field.|
|SFS_FullName||The full or display name of this mailbox in the postoffice. Do not change this field.|
|MigrateUser||This field should contain a Y if you are migrating the mailbox and an N if you are not migrating the mailbox.|
|Obj-Class||This field should contain a value of mailbox. Other valid values are remote for contacts and dl for distribution list.|
|Mode||This field describes what should be done with this object— create, modify, and delete are valid options. The default is create.|
|Common-Name||The directory name of the mailbox. You cannot change this name without deleting the mailbox and re-creating it. Change it now to match your naming convention. This field defaults to the mailbox name with extended characters removed.|
|Display-Name||The name as displayed in the Address Book.|
|Given-Name||The first name of a mailbox user.|
|Surname||The last name of a mailbox user.|
|Home-Server||The home server of the mailbox. You can move a mailbox within the site later, but you should decide where to locate each group of mailboxes.|
|Comment||This is the comment that appears in the Address Book. You can use it can be distinguish between two people with the same or similar names or you can use it for notes about contacts for calendar resources.|
|Secondary-Proxy-Addresses||A second Microsoft Mail address used for lookup.|