Exchange Organization Name in DNS?

Hi Everyone, does anyone know where Exchange stores the Organization name in DNS if at all?

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larry urbanDevOps EngineerCommented:
In DNS there is an MX record which is the fully qualified domain name; found under your forward lookup zones, <your domain name>. But an "Organization name" I would expect to find in Active Directory.
rtayIT DirectorCommented:
Are you just trying to find the orginization name?  is it Exchange 2007?

if so do this:

 run the Get-OrganizationConfig cmdlet in the Exchange Management Shell

more info:
schnibitzAuthor Commented:
Sorry I should have mentioned, it's Exchange2003, in a windows 2003 environment.  Hope that helps.  I saw theMX record for the mail server there, but not the org name.  Hoping not to ever find it in DNS.

rtayIT DirectorCommented:
Orginization name will not be in DNS, but will be in AD.

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schnibitzAuthor Commented:
Cool, just wanted to be sure.
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