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We are moving our exchange server from one location to another, where on the exchange server do we have to make the IP address changes (besides in the DNS records).

We are moving our exchange server from one location to another, where on the exchange server do we have to make the IP address changes (besides in the DNS records).

Also what ports do we have to make sure are open in the firewall.


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5g6tdcv4Commented:
port 25,443,80
change your A record in dns
setup Reverse dns to new IP
change mx in dns
thats it
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stumped423Author Commented:
No changes are necessary to the exchange serer itself?
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5g6tdcv4Commented:
check your receive connector to make sure they are configured to receive on all IP's. You will also want to configure any spam filters you have or edge servers. Your firewall config will be  a bigger problem I presume
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Neil RussellTechnical Development LeadCommented:
All you need to do on the exchange server is edit the properties of the betwork card and make sure it has the new IP address and netmask for the site.
IF its on a different site, do you have your AD Sites and Services configured correctly?
You will also want to make sure the new site has an AD Server on it that has the GC role enabled.
What version of exchange?
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