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    Today I was working on migrating some Exchange 2003 mailboxes to Exchange 2010. A couple of accounts came up with errors about lacking rights. Fortunately there was a "get help with this error" link, which gave me some very helpful information:

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    Kind of makes you wonder what the point is, doesn't it?
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    Ken,
    It must be very helpful as someone has given it a star (!)
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    LOL! That must have been for the helpful hint about the forums.
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    From my experience, I think it would be better if Microsoft did that to all of their help (but not Answers!).

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