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XADM: Error Installing Microsoft Exchange Eximwiz Utility from Microsoft Web Site

Article ID: 174041

Article Last Modified on 10/28/2006



APPLIES TO

  • Microsoft Exchange Server 4.0 Standard Edition
  • Microsoft Exchange Server 5.0 Standard Edition



This article was previously published under Q174041

SYMPTOMS

After you download the Microsoft Exchange Eximwiz utility from the Microsoft Web site and attempt to install it on a computer running either Windows 95 or Windows NT Server version 4.0 Service Pack 2 (SP2), you may receive the following error message:

Cannot open the file named: \eximwiz.zip

The file specified in the error message is not found in the directory. Clicking Abort cancels setup; clicking Ignore allows setup to complete. When you attempt to run Microsoft Exchange Eximwiz utility from the shortcut (clicking the icon) or by using the Eximwiza.exe executable file in the installation directory on an Exchange Server version 5.0 computer, you receive the following error message:

Expired Dialog Box: Sorry, the control has expired. Please obtain a newer version.

This error appear several times after you click OK.

The next error that you receive may be:

Run-time error '429' You do not have the appropriate license to use this functionality.

After you download the Microsoft Exchange Eximwiz utility from the Microsoft Web site and attempt to install it on a computer running Windows NT Server version 4.0 with no service pack installed, you may receive the following error message:

Cannot open the file named: \eximwiz.zip

The file specified in the error message is not found in the directory. Clicking Abort cancels setup. Clicking Ignore allows setup to complete. When you attempt to run Microsoft Exchange Eximwiz utility from the shortcut (clicking the icon) or by using the Eximwiza.exe executable file in the installation directory on an Exchange Server version 5.0 computer, you will receive the following error message:

Microsoft Exchange Eximwiz utility dialog box:
Run-time error '367' Can't load (or register) custom control comdlg32.ocx.

RESOLUTION

Remove the Microsoft Exchange Eximwiz utility by starting Control Panel and double-clicking the Add/Remove Programs icon.

Download the Readme.txt file and follow instructions it contains to download and install the Eximwiz utility fix from the Microsoft anonymous ftp server:

MORE INFORMATION

This problem has been seen using the following compressed files from the Web site:

Eximwiz.exe
Adminnt.exe
Admin95.exe
Rkintel.exe
Rkwin95.exe


Eximwiz.exe converts Microsoft Exchange bulk export format (.csv) files to Microsoft Mail import format. After creating the output file, you can use the tool to interactively import addresses into a Microsoft Mail postoffice on the network, or you can send e-mail with the import file to external recipients. In addition, new functionality allows you to export from Microsoft Mail and create a .csv file to add Microsoft Mail recipients as Microsoft Exchange custom recipients.

Eximwiz is useful when directory synchronization between a Microsoft Exchange Server implementation and Microsoft Mail is not a viable option (if, for example, you are trying to populate a trading partner's Microsoft Mail system with relevant addresses, such as purchasing agents, from your global address list). Eximwiz can also be used to manually perform directory synchronization between a Microsoft Exchange Server computer and a foreign mail switch that does not support the Microsoft Mail Dirsync protocol.

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