We switch from an in house exchange server to Go Daddy.
I'm don't know Exchange very well, how can I completely turn off the Exchange server in house?

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Thomas GrassiSystems AdministratorCommented:
First make sure all clients are using Go Daddy.

Then just stop all the exchange server services on the server.

After you are satisfied that Go Daddy is working and no email is failing

You can uninstall exchange server.

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You need to go to control panel for each end user and point each user to the new exchange server.

That will disconnect end users from the in house exchange server.

If you want to uninstall the in house exchange server:( you don't need to do this)
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