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Outlook looking for old Exchange Server

Posted on 2010-11-11
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Hello I have a 2007 and two 2003s on my network.  I am ready to uninstall the 2003s.  My concern is, when i launch a new profile the outlook client pulls a cert from the 2003, even though everything is moved to the 2007 server.

Should i be concerned?  The outlook profile is pointed  at the 2007 server..  but yet it still seems to want to get a cert from the 2003..
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by:FDiskWizard
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I've seen lots of strange things with mail profiles. Try creating a new/test profile and set as default. see if it acts differently.
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by:Brentologist
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I did, i can repeat this over and over with new profiles.. it always check the 2003 server
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I had a second exchange server, that is no longer in use (services even off) and for some reason, i dont know why, outlook was pulling certs from that server, i turned off IIIS and everything is fine. weird.
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foudn problem on my own
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