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After migrating a mailbox to Exchange 2013 and connecting to it with a outlook 2013 client, I notice that the server name does not show up in the usual format.  I am not having any connectivity issues but I am curious if this is correct or if something needs to be addressed.  I was expecting the server name to show up:   ch4mail2.context4.com

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This is normal behavior for EX2013. The server name resolves to a unique string that is different with every mailbox.
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