I have recently moved a client from Exchange Server 2003 to Corporate Gmail. There are DNS settings that catch any traffic leaving the internal network going to our "domain".com and routes it back to 192.168.1.253(the primary server). I'm trying to remove this routing, but don't want to screw anything up. I've located the files there, but don't want to just go through deleting everything. Can someone please inform me of anything else that these rules may do besides redirect these connections?