Exchange client mailboxes not being used.

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Hello, I have an exchange server on a W2K3-Enterprise Edition. I had to move my My Active Directory (AD) off this server to another server, which is currently on a W2k3-Std Edition. I was having a problem with getting new users mailboxes up. I was told to add the Exchange System Mgr to the AD Server and then I could add mailboxes to previous users. It worked. Now, new users and the previous ones I added the mailbox to do not have a cacheed copy of thier mailboxes on the server, just on the local machine. How do I get the new usesr & the ones added to start keeping a copy on the server & on the local machine? Evans Craig Skillstorm IT

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  • Ehcraig
    The previous mailboxes already sync with the server, the new ones do not. How do I get the current mailboxes to keep a copy in exchange as well as on each pc?
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