troubleshooting Question

How can I, and SHOULD I, change the legacyExchangeDN information?

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Our company has had a name change (some of the partners names formerly used in the company name are no longer with company), but the legacyExchangeDN still reflects the old company name.  Granted, it shouldn't be an issue as no user should ever see this information, but that has been showing on occasion when people printout emails, and powers-that-be want it corrected.

Obviously, the larger issue is fixing why it is showing the legacyExchangeDN information in the first place, but short of that, how would I go about changing that information?  Will it cause mail delivery issues?  This is the only Exchange server in the domain.

Exchange 2007 SP3 running on Server 2003
Manpreet SIngh Khatra
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