Who can perform this task?
  • Domain administrators
  • Service provider administrators
  • Service provider CSRs
  • Reseller administrators
  • Reseller CSRs
  • Organization administrators
  • Organization CSRs
  • End users

To delete a reseller or customer organization

Step 1. Remove all user mailboxes in this organization

  1. On the Delegated Administration Console menu bar, click Manage Organization.
  2. On the Delegated Administration Console menu bar, click Navigate quickly in this organization.
  3. In the Organization Name list, click the organization in which you want to remove Exchange mailboxes.
  4. To see the list of user accounts for this organization, click Users.
  5. In the User Name list, click the user account for which you want to delete a mailbox.
  6. In the left navigation pane, click Exchange Services.
  7. On the Exchange Services page, click Delete.
  8. Caution

    • When you delete a mailbox, the e-mail messages stored in it are not deleted until you purge them using Exchange System Manager or a mailbox clean-up utility.
  9. Repeat these steps to delete all of the mailboxes in this organization.

Step 2. Remove all Web sites and FTP sites in this organization

  1. In the left navigation pane, click Manage Services.
  2. Click IIS services.
  3. In the left navigation pane, click Delete Site.
  4. In the Site Name list on the Delete Site page, click the Web site or File Transfer Protocol (FTP) site to delete.
  5. When prompted to confirm the deletion, click OK.
  6. Repeat these steps until all of the Web and FTP sites in this organization have been deleted.

Step 3. In Active Directory Users and Computers, delete the organization's organizational unit

For instructions on removing an organizational unit in Active Directory Users and Computers, see the Windows 2000 Server online product documentation.

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