We are being told by our Exchange folks that they do not want us to be
selecting the homeMDB setting, but would rather let Exchange do it's own
auto-provisioning.

"Load balanced mailbox provisioning is made possible by the Mailbox
Resources Managment cmdlet extension agent".

I have not had a chance to investigate this further, but from what I
have been told, we just need to send the Enable-Mailbox command, without
the -Database setting, and Exchange will decide which database to place
the user in. My question is this; is it possible to get the
IDMEx2010Service app to generate a Powershell command for Exchange
without the database value? I believe the app is triggered by a setting
to the AD homeMDB attribute. How can we mail-enable an AD account, get
the command sent to the Exchange Management Tools, with no -Database
setting?


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