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I have migrated our exchange box to another server in our organization, is there a way or how can I point all are clients to look at the new exch. server without havng to go to each client and reconfigure the mail settings
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Add a dns pointer (cname) resolving the old exchange servers name to the new exchange servers ip address.
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