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VPN and Outlook Web Access stopped working

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Greetings. On Friday we changed our web hosts for a new website. They mentioned that e-mail and other services may go down for a while. Well, my e-mail is back up, but I still can't access Outlook Web Access or connect via VPN. (both of which require home.mydomain.com to set up) Any ideas what might be happening. Thank you.
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DNS issue?  Can you reach it by https to the IP address?
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You asked the same question twice. Please check my post.

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Software/Server_Software/Email_Servers/Q_27343310.html
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Yes! Using IP instead of home.mydomain.com worked. Thanks.
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