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Exchange 2007 to See new 2003 Domain controller

Posted on 2008-06-12
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I moved my Domain Controller to a new box, the old server is still intact. The problem I'm having is that the email server will not pickup the new server. The Exchange box is Server 2008/Exchange 2007. How do I get the Exchange to see the new domain controller. I set the new server with the fsmo roles, DNS, DHCP, Global Catalog. The exchange server is pointing to the new server, DNS. I can ping the server name, the mailbox's just wont open. Any suggestions.. Exchange 2003 would pick the change right up, I thought it would be the same. I right clicked the Oraganization Config, Server Config, Recipient Config, and set the Changed the DC name. Still nothing.
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by:TJacoberger1
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The Exchange server see's the New Domain controller, and Global Catalog Server. Why won't it open the mailboxes???
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silly question - have you rebooted the exchange server since making the changes?
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I figured out the problem, I had to go to Exchange 2007 and go to the properties of the hub transport and change the domain controller. Once I did that it worked fine.. Thanks for the help... I appreciate it.. I'm sorry it took me so long to answer...
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I figured out the problem, I had to go to Exchange 2007 and go to the properties of the hub transport and change the domain controller. Once I did that it worked fine.. Thanks for the help... I appreciate it.. I'm sorry it took me so long to answer...

Hey remember I still owe you a drunking night if yuo ever come to NY from the last question you helped me with. lol. thanks again
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Oh hell yes :) Im always down for that
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