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Exchange Server 2003, Outlook 2003 and A.D.

By ignbell ·
Hi,
I?m kind of new in Exchange 2003 and A.D. administration. I?ve seen in different companies that they have their network configured in such a way that when a user logs in to their computer for the first time, they already have their Oultook 2003 already configured with their e-mail address. I never had the opportunity to ask and now I need to do the same thing on my network but I don?t know how to and I can?t seem to find any information about it on the network.
I thought that it was done through A.D. But how? it?s not by roaming profiles is it? Or is it by using a logon script? Can anyone help me with this, please? Thanks

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lottsa info here

by shasca In reply to Exchange Server 2003, Out ...

http://techrepublic.com.com/5208-11189-0.html?forumID=3&threadID=187779&start=0

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Outtlook, e-mail and A.D.

by ignbell In reply to lottsa info here

Shasca, Thanks a lot for the info, it is also helpful but what I am trying to do is to configure the new user's email account on Outlook when they log in to their session for the first time in history.
You might be right and it may be done, also, by using a VBscript as a logon script but I can't find any info about it.
Regards,
Ignacio.

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