I have 150+ workstations that are running several different versions of Outlook (97, 2000, 2003) on several different OS's ... 98, NT, 2000 & XP ... in just about any combination. Currently they POP two accounts, one from an in-house server which was ID'd using it's IP address and one from an external server.
We will be implementing a new server in-house as a single solution. I'm looking for a way to change the IP address name of the POP3 and SMTP entries used for the in-house account to a DNS name and delete the second account pointing to the external server without going around and logging on to each machine as the user. Once that is done I can handle the switch to the new server via my internal DNS
Is there a way to ID that info in the registry (I assume that is where it's stored)?