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Migration - 7.Apr.2014 8:38:09 AM   
brand1068

 

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Hi Chaps,

Just migrated 60 or so mailboxes from one exchange 2010 server to another exchange 2010 server.

The migration has gone fine so far...

The client (Outlook2013) primary accounts have re-pointed themselves to the new server without issue.

However the secondary account ( they all have one ) hasn't repointed at all.

So for example

Joe@widgets.com now shows the exchange server name as exchange2 ( moved from exchange. )

however in outlook

Joe@morewidgets.co.uk still shows exchange as its server ( even though the mailbox is now homed on exchange 2 )

Any ideas on how we can re-point all the mailboxes to the new server without having to go though each user ?

Chris
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RE: Migration - 8.Apr.2014 3:53:26 AM   
brand1068

 

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Hi,

thanks for that - already done the tutorial - it mentions nothing about this issue though.

Also the link ?? how is that related ?
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RE: Migration - 16.Jun.2014 2:18:40 AM   
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Checkout this blog post, may be help you.
http://exchangeserverstips.wordpress.com/2013/12/16/steps-to-move-exchange-server-mailbox-to-higher-version/

(in reply to brand1068)
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RE: Migration - 4.Jul.2014 7:01:42 AM   
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