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Exchange 2010 how to change the default CAS server

Hi,

i had two CAS servers and i removed one of them , the problem that still my client looking for the removed one !! even if i configure the outlook from scratch

how i can make them see the other one ??
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Kotteeswaran Rajendran

8/22/2022 - Mon
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Hi

does it make any diffrent if i do it with the following commands?

get-mailboxdatabase | set-mailboxdatabase -rpcclientaccessserver NewCas
or
set-mailboxdatabase DBName -rpcclientaccessserver NewCas
Kotteeswaran Rajendran

both commands doing the same. good luck :)
Manpreet SIngh Khatra

The first one would do if you have multiple DB's whereas the second one is like a DB a time

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Kotteeswaran Rajendran

Thats correct, and if you have exchange in multiple AD sites make sure that database which mounted on A site does not have RPC server of B site CAS server.