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By default, the New Mailbox Wizard displays the Users container in Active Directory. You can change this setting by clicking Browse and then selecting the appropriate organizational unit (OU). The first name of the user (optional).
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Figure 3-1 The New Mailbox Wizard
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The initials of the user (optional).
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Last Name The last name of the user (optional). Name If you enter information in the First Name, Initials, and Last Name fields, the Name field is populated with this information by default. You can modify the name in this field. User Logon Name (User Principal Name) This is the name the user will use to log on to the domain. It consists of a user name and a suffix. Typically, the suffix is the domain name in which the user account resides, for example, don.hall@tailspintoys.internal. User Logon Name (pre-Windows 2000)
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A user name that is compatible with versions of Microsoft Windows prior to the release of Windows 2000 Server. This field is, by default, populated on the basis of the information in the User Logon Name (User Principal Name) field. The password that the user uses to log on to the domain. You need to confirm the information you entered in the Pass-
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Password
Confirm Password
word field.
User Must Change Password At Next Logon
You select this check box to require the user to create a new password at first logon.
Lesson 1: Configuring Recipients
Figure 3-2 shows the User Information page.
Figure 3-2 User Information page
NOTE
Security account manager account name
The user logon name (pre Windows 2000) is also known as the security account manager account name (SAMAccountName). It is used for Windows Internet Naming Service (WINS) name resolution and must be unique within the domain.
You then provide information about the mailbox on the Mailbox Settings page. On this page, you complete the following fields:
Alias By default, this field contains the user's first and last name, with no space between the names. You can modify the alias in this field. Server
If you need to change the default server, select the server you want from the list in this field.
Storage Group If you need to change the default storage group, select the stor-
age you want from the list in this field.
Mailbox Database
If you need to change the default mailbox database, select the mailbox database you want from the list in this field.
Managed Folder Mailbox Policy
If you have configured recipient policies, described in 8, Policies and Public Folders, you can specify a mailbox policy
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Configuring Recipients, Groups, and Mailboxes
in this field. You could, for example, use this option if you want to specify a policy that determines the retention period for the mailbox data. This field is optional.
MORE INFO
Managed folder mailbox policy
For more information about Managed folder mailbox policies and how to create them, access http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/aa996359.aspx.
Exchange ActiveSync Mailbox Policy If you have previously configured Exchange
ActiveSync mailbox policies, you can specify a policy by selecting the ActiveSync Mailbox Policy check box and clicking Browse to select the policy to be associated with this mailbox. This field is optional.
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Exchange ActiveSync
For more information about Exchange ActiveSync mailbox policies, search for Overview of Exchange ActiveSync in Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Help or access http://technet. microsoft.com/en-us/bb123484.aspx.
Figure 3-9 in the practice session for this lesson shows the Mailbox Settings page. The New Mailbox page presents you with the Configuration Summary. To make any configuration changes, click Back. To create the new mailbox, click New. On the Completion page, the summary states whether the mailbox was successfully created and displays the Exchange Management Shell command that was used to create the mailbox. Click Finish to close the wizard.
NOTE
Exchange Management Console acts as a command generator
When you use Exchange Management Console to generate an entity such as a mailbox in Exchange Server 2007, what actually happens is that Exchange Management Console generates a command (shown in the Completion page) that is then automatically passed to Exchange Management Shell. Exchange Management Shell implements the command to create the entity.
Using Exchange Management Shell to Create a Mailbox-Enabled Account
The Exchange Management Shell lets you perform tasks such as creating, removing, or disabling a mailbox-enabled user with a single command line. The following is an example of an Exchange Management Shell command:
Lesson 1: Configuring Recipients
New-mailbox -UserPrincipalName don.hall@tailspintoys.internal -database "First Storage Group\Mailbox Database" -Name don.hall -OrganizationalUnit Users -DisplayName "Don Hall" -ResetPasswordOnNextLogon $true
This command creates the user Don Hall in Active Directory. The mailbox don.hall@tailspintoys.internal is created in the Mailbox Database in the First Storage Group. The password must be reset at the next logon. Because the Password variable is not specified, Exchange Management Server prompts you to enter a password after you enter the command and assigns that password to the variable as a SecureString object (that is, it is encrypted). You cannot specify a password directly in the command (which would be bad security practice in any case, especially if you are saving the command in a text file). You can, if you want to, specify a password before you create a mailbox-enabled user. You do this by using the $password variable. You first need to indicate how the value in the variable is specified (by entering it on the host machine) and that it is stored as a secure string. The command to do this is as follows:
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