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Exchange 2003 migration to Exchange 2010 - OWA work in Exchange 2003 (Legazcy but....

When ever I try to access the Exchange 2010 owa I keep getting redirected to the 2003 version of OWA.  I sure it is because of the legacy setup but I like to test my new exchange box 2010.
What is the proper way to test the new exchange server 2010 for mail flow?

I like to test A mailbox using Outlook 2010 to connect?

I like to test the Web mail (OWA) connection internal?

Please any suggestions will help?
Scott Johnston
Scott Johnston
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SeanSystem EngineerCommented:
You will need to move a mailbox to the new exchange server to not be redirected. Create a test user on the exchange 2010 server and log into OWA with that account to test.
Jamie McKillopIT ManagerCommented:

You need to create a test mailbox on the Exchange 2010 mailbox server. You will then be able to test.

Scott JohnstonSystems ConsultantAuthor Commented:
Great, I created a new mail box in the 2010 and I was able to access the account using the new OWA connection and a client.  I sent a email to myself using this account but i have not received the email and I am not getting any return messages.

I was able to find the address in the address book, any ideas on why the email is not being received by my 2003 exchange server?
Scott JohnstonSystems ConsultantAuthor Commented:
Ahaha, I got a problem...when i do send and receive I am getting an error.  The operation failed. (0x8004010f) "An object cannot be found"
Scott JohnstonSystems ConsultantAuthor Commented:
Well that fixed one issue, on to the next...
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