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move request from Exchange 2007 to 2010 doesnt update Outlook settings

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I'm working on a migration and I'm seeing an issue when moving a mailbox from Exchange 2007 to 2010.

When we open up an outlook client its not changing the mail server name to the Exchange 2010 server.

Anyone have any ideas?
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are you running exchange 2007 sp2?  if not, upgrade the 2007 to sp2 and try again
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Yes, they are running Exch 2007 SP2.

Update: for some reason the desktops have Outlook Anywhere enabled, if I disable Outlook Anywhere and close Outlook, when I reopen it changes the server name to the correct exchange 2010 server.

However I dont want to do this for 100 users, any ideas why that would fix it?
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I have never heard of that, have you tried having the users run gpupdate /force and logoff and log back on?  I would try that on one computer and then let the replication happen automatically after I think it is two hours.
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