I have one Exchange 2010 server, 'MAILBOX', with Client Access, Hub Transport, and Mailbox roles installed. I was originally going to split out the roles on 2 servers. I had originally installed Client Access onto a server named 'XCH10'. I uninstalled the Client Access role using this EMS command prior to installing it on the MAILBOX server -
Setup.com /mode:uninstall /role:clientaccess
After moving a few 2003 mailboxes to the 2010 server, I try to open those mailboxes with Outlook 2010 but it thinks the mailboxes are located on the XCH10 server which no longer exists. In Outlook's Account Settings, I try to change the server name to MAILBOX for the email address and click Check Name and it switches back to XCH10.
I cannot find any reference to XCH10 in Exchange anywhere. Here's a few more details -
Get-ClientAccessServer -> MAILBOX
So how do I get Outlook to detect the correct server name to find the mailbox?
Test-OutlookWebServices -> shows only the MAILBOX server, no mention of XCH10
ADSI Edit - browse down to Servers - MAILBOX - Protocols - Autodiscover - MAILBOX is the only server listed
Internal DNS A record for 'autodiscover' points to the IP address of the MAILBOX server
Properties of the domain user account, on the Exchange General tab, it shows the name of the mail store where the mailbox resides - Mailbox Database 1483239596//Mailbox Database 1483239596
In Exchange Management Console - Organization Configuration - Mailbox - Database Copies - I see the name of the mail database is mounted on the MAILBOX server.
Thanks in advance!