XADM: ADC Appears to Create Duplicate Objects

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SUMMARY

When replication occurs across a Connection Agreement (CA), it appears as if the Active Directory Connector (ADC) has created duplicate objects, for example, the Active Directory objects CN=John Doe (CustRecip) and CN=John Doe (Test Account).

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These Active Directory objects came from the Microsoft Exchange Server 5.5 objects cn=Jdoe_CR,cn=Recipients,ou=northamerica,o=microsoft and cn=Jdoe,cn=Recipients,ou=northamerica,o=microsoft. This behavior occurs when a custom recipient is created in a mailbox container and then is "hidden." They are not duplicates.

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Article ID: 252228 - Last Review: October 20, 2013 - Revision: 1.4
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  • Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server Standard Edition
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