outlook clients unable to connect after  using legacydn, mailbox affears to be reffered to old server before restore

Posted on 2010-01-04
Last Modified: 2012-05-08

I Had to restore databases to a new exchange 2003, I had to use legacy DN to successfully mount databases and it worked, in system manager everything look fine now, I can see the mailboxes but if when I try to configure a new outlook profile or open outlook with a pre-configured account then outlook is unable to connect.
I notices the value  "first organization/first administrative group/domain1"I guess
that's what I have to change for all AD users so they can connect with outlook :
"first organization/first administrative group/domain2"

how can I do that/ how can I fix the problem?


Question by:Giladn
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    Used  and set new homemta and homemdb to the new server and it worked like magic.

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