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Outlook Certificate Error!

Okay so here's our situation. We have our mail server (Server1) and we have our corporate mail server (server2) We were recently merged by our corporate headquarters so we have decommissioned our (server1) mail services. We will use it for active directory etc, but the mail services is decommissioned.

Today however the certificate expired, since I don't know much about it, I simply ran the fix my network SBS 2011 network tool. Now every time someone opens outlook they get this message:

Error
This is odd because outlook is not even pointing at that server anymore.

How do I fix this certificate on my SBS 2011 machine so it doesn't pop up anymore for the users? Heck I don't care if it requires turning off the mail role even. We just need it gone! Because as soon as you hit Yes or continue, it keeps popping back up for the users and it's very annoying.
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Pancake_Effect
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Sushil SonawaneCommented:
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tmoore1962Commented:
If you proceed are you connected to the correct exchange server?  just wondering how they merged the email domains.  if your address was joe@email.com before and after the merger they would to have updated mx records to point to the new ip address of the new mail server and when you ran the fix it probably updated the mx records in sbs for the internal server, thus you get the expired certificate from the sbs exchange server.
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Pancake_EffectAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the help!
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