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Workgroup to Domain
  Posted by  David Mciver  on Thursday, October 31, 2002 at 5:52:42 PM (EST)
Hi,
We're in the process of becoming a domain from a workgroup. When the clients PC is joined to the domain, it seems to be necessary to setup a new e-mail account which means all mail in the inbox is no longer available. Is there a way around this so that the same e-mail account can be used and therefore not losing any mail sitting in the inbox???
  Posted by Robert Smith  on Friday, November 08, 2002 at 10:48:15 AM (EST)
LAN Suite's domain is independant from any setting you may use in Windows. If you are just converting a server from a work group computer to a PDC/Domain controller, this should affect LAN Suite or the users' email addresses at all.
  Posted by Serge Lesouef  on Monday, November 11, 2002 at 5:57:47 AM (EST)
previous answer is correct.
the pb lies in the PC. moving a client to a domain makes NT to create a new account, therefore OE stores its files in a different location. If mailer is OE, you can recuperate the old *.dbx files and move them to the new location
[profile]\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook Express\Mail
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