Notes Migrator for Exchange (NME) is configured to create and enable user objects when running the AD Object Merge. The merge process is successful but the user objects are created with an appended "1" although no user object exists prior to running the merge.
The logfile may reflect this as follows:
17:19:17 DEBUG: (4168) ADFWD::CreateObject: Enter
17:19:17 DEBUG: CreateObject: name=USERNAME, type=user
17:19:17 DEBUG: ADFWD::FindObject (2) - fullFilter: (|(sAMAccountName=USERNAME)(mailNickname=USERNAME)(userPrincipalName=USERNAME@DOMAIN.COM)(distinguishedName=CN=USERNAME,OU=TestOU,DC=DOMAIN,DC=COM))
17:19:17 DEBUG: ADFWD::FindObject (2) returns 1,dn="CN=USERNAME,OU=TestOU,DC=DOMAIN,DC=COM",count=1
17:19:17 DEBUG: ADFWD::FindObject (2) - fullFilter: (|(sAMAccountName=USERNAME1)(mailNickname=USERNAME1)(userPrincipalName=USERNAME1@DOMAIN.COM)(distinguishedName=CN=USERNAME1,OU=TestOU,DC=DOMAIN,DC=COM))
17:19:17 DEBUG: ADFWD::FindObject (2) returns 1,dn="",count=0
NME is finding an object with the original name upon the attempt of creating and mail-enabling it. This is due to a propagation issue with Active Directory.
NME AD Object Merge does not work when there are only contact objects. Instead, the contact objects should be mailbox-enabled directly using the Switch MboxFromContact=1 in the 'Global Default Settings'.
Tells the Data Migration Wizard whether to convert a contact into a mailbox when mailbox enabling. This feature is off (0) by default, since in a typical scenario no contacts should remain after the AD Object Merging Wizard has run (to merge contacts into existing AD objects). This feature would therefore be irrelevant, but in the event any contacts do remain most admins would prefer the Wizard generate an error rather than simply convert the contact to a mailbox, which would likely yield two objects for a single user. The parameter permits the enabling of the feature by:
... for some rare circumstances where the option is preferrable. If MBoxFromContact=1, any UserFilter= or ContactFilter= parameter that may have previously been defined in this [ActiveDirectory] section should be removed.