Re: Object Tab
- From: "Ace Fekay [MVP]" <PleaseAskMe@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 5 Jul 2006 20:56:33 -0400
Matt Carter <MLCarter1976(NOSPAM)@yahoo.com> stated, which I commented on
I am not sure what happened to my Object Tab in AD 2003 but it is not
showing up on my local XP system. I am in Domain Admins group. I
can see it on other systems. I obviously have installed something
oncorrectly. Is there anything to get it to come back?
I installed Exchange ?Plug In? or something to get Exchange tabs to
show up in AD.
Do I need to reinstall Admin Pack or something?
Actually if you are looking for the Exchange tabs in an object's ADUC
property that has been mailbox enabled or mail enabled, you'll need to
install the Exchange Tools on your XP Pro system. But to install them, you
would need to first install the Adminpak and SMTP services (Add/Remove
Windows Components). SMTP does not need to really be running (you can
disable the service), but the mere fact that it's DLLs are present.
I hope that helps.
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