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Registry Setting/Script to change inbound/outbound servernames in Outlook?

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We are upgrading our hosted email service and the upgrade requires an inbound/outbound servername change in Outlook (We're using POP to send/receive email from their servers).

In Outlook 2003 there was a registry setting that you could edit for this but I wasn't able to find those registry settings for Outlook 2007 and Outlook 2010.

Is there an easy way to push the new POP settings out to each workstation?

Thanks!
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With GPO you can deploy Office/Outlook Settings if your Users are in Active Directory Domain.
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