The causes for errors in ADC directory replication can be disclosed
by viewing the Windows 2000 event log.
When running ADC, you should view the Windows 2000 event log to
ensure that directory replication is occurring. This should be part
of your regularly scheduled maintenance plan. Regular maintenance
helps you keep the directory replication process performing
optimally, and can help you keep failures and errors to a minimum.
For various reasons, Exchange attributes may be mismatched with
Active Directory objects. This usually occurs if multiple mailboxes
in Exchange 5.5 have the same primary Windows NT account, but those
mailboxes were not marked to identify which mailbox should be
matched to the user account in Active Directory.
To resolve this issue, use Exchange Task Wizard to remove
the Exchange attributes and then properly prepare the Exchange 5.5
directory by marking resource mailboxes. Finally, you need to run
your properly configured ADC Connection Agreements.
not attempt to remove Exchange attributes until you have discussed
the need to perform this procedure with Microsoft Product Support.
For the most up-to-date information about how to remove Exchange
attributes, see the Microsoft
Knowledge Base .
To properly match Exchange attributes with Active Directory