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Exchange Connection Staus..not seeing any Domain Controllers?

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Have 2 Exchange Servers, a 2003 and 2010 in our environment.  

When right clicking on icon in tray and getting connection status to a mailbox on my 2003 server it shows under type "directory"  it points to one of my DC's and under "mail" it points to the 2003 Exchange Server



However when I CTRL+click on the tray icon for a mailbox that resides on the Exchange 2010 server, I see TCP\IP connections(directory\mail) only connecting to the Exchange 2010 server only. I expect to see directory connections to at least one of my DCs.

Why am I not making or seeing directory connections here?


Outlook Client is 2007


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LLMorrisson earned 500 total points
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This is normal behaviour. The directory connection is handled by your Exchange server.
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Thank you!  Is this something new for Exchange 2010?
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