MSX 5.5

What ould be the best way to change IP address and Domain Name of our Exchange server without deinstalling software, if this is possible.  If not possible, how do I deinstall software?
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techkeesCommented:
What are you trying to do (More detail please)?  The IP address and Domain name is not miner parts of a Exchange Server.  You can simply change the IP address in Network Property -> Protocol -> TCP/IP and click on property.   As for the domain name, depend what you are talking about.  If you are talking about your domain's MX record, you need to ask whoever control the domain in question and change the MX record to the new address.
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c2f_j2Author Commented:
Basically, we are change from one DNS to another with, obviously another IP.  We have looked through books and they recommend reloading MX but we cannot find unistall and we cannot install over top of previous installation.  Looking for help on either one of these situations without having to rebuild whole NT PDC/BDC.
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techkeesCommented:
I think you might have miss understood "they".  MX is the mail part of DNS services.  For example, your domain, yourdomain.com, has associate A, PRT, MX, etc address.  A, and PRT has to do with host, MX has to do with mail.   When you say you are change from one DNS to another.  Do you mean you actually have to change your domain name, or only your Internal IP is affected?  If only your internal IP is affected, you only need to change the MX record.  The MX record is part of the DNS.  Who ever control your DNS needs to update the record.  
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c2f_j2Author Commented:
Thanks techkees.  That's what I needed to know.  We are actually changing both the IP and Domain Name.  So that helps a ton.
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