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

"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

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