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Change which Exchange 2010 client access server that Outlook connects to

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Hi,

I am undergoing an upgrade from Exchange 2007 to 2010. I had 2 2007 servers, one as the transport and client access and the other just as a mailbox server. I upgraded by creating 2 temporary staging servers and moving the mailboxes and services onto the staging servers. I am now at the point where I have setup the permanent 2010 servers (on the servers that 2007 was using).

My problem is that I would like to change the client access server that Outlook connects to internally (not Outlook Anywhere) to be the permanent server rather than the temporary one.

I'm pretty sure that if I uninstalled Exchange from the temporary server then this would happen automatically but I would like to make sure everything is working before doing that.

Any help would be great, thanks in advance.
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