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Exchange Static IP Address Change

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We are currently moving to new offices and are going to have a new server running SBS 2008 and Exchange 2007.  In the new offices we have been given a new static IP address. What I want to know is how I get the company emails sent on to the new Exchange server. Do I just let my current hosting company know my new static IP address so that they can update the MX record settings?

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If there is no change to all the setup except moving the exchange server to another location, then you just need to update your domain mx record to the new IP address.
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Thanks for the quick response
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