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Renaming a recipient mailbox exchange 2010

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Hi,

When renaming a recipient mailbox in exchange 2010, is it also necessary to rename the legacyEchangeDN.  I used to have to do this on our small business and i assume the procedure is just the same? Thanks for your help in advance
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Not that i am aware of, the legacy DN is tied to the account. If someone replies to a previous email from the sender and the legacy DN has changed they probably will get an NDR. If that is the case they can select the mailbox from the GAL a couple of times and it will update the Outlook cache with the new legacy DN for the mailbox.
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