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    I need the user accounts in my 2003 Active Directory to have the “mail” attribute for a third party app to work, but unfortunately I don’t have an Exchange server. So I ran the Exchange 2007 /prepareschema which is the equivalent of the older /forestprep in Exchange 2003 to extend the schema thinking this may give me the attributes, however my user accounts still don’t have the mail attribute.

    Will a domainprep or equivalent give my users the attributes they need or will I only get that if I actually fully install Exchange?

    Perhaps there is another way of getting the attribute?

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