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We are migrating to Office365 and are using Hybrid Mode.
Once a user is migrated all is fine locally, however when they go to TS and login it keeps the old exchange details.
Outlook is therefore not connected to exchange online.

How to i address this as it's 80 users we are migrating and therefore configuring individually is not an ideal solution.
If i have to do it this way what is the best way to do it ?
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What version of Outlook do you have on the Terminal Server?
What version of Exchange you are migrating from (assume 2010+ based on your question)?
What OS Is the terminal server?
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Issue resolved itself.
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