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Have mult Exchange 2010 servers using .local addresses for their connections

Posted on 2015-02-14
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These were all exiting networks prior to the SSL change. I also have a 2003 that will be needing to migrate to 2010 ASAP as it is problematic.

2 of these servers are just a pop and dump config for storage and Public Foldering. The others are acting as standard Exchange servers.

I have been reading a lot of online documentation but nothing I find is very clear as to what you are supposed to do. I get that it appears that after you do whatever you do at the server level at the very least you can disconnect and reconnect the individual Outlooks (which given will be well over 50 as it is). But I have yet to find something that made sense as to the adjustments/changes needed to be made on the server.

Assuming that some of you have already had to tackle this I would appreciate some advice.

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Are you trying to eliminate .local from your Exchange 2010 servers?

If so, you need to configured split-dns and internal URLs. Assuming you have your cert correctly configured. Check out this article.
https://supertekboy.com/2014/05/27/designing-a-simple-name-space-for-exchange-2010/

If you need help upgrading from 2003 to 2010 then take a look at this 5 part series.
https://supertekboy.com/2014/03/31/migrating-exchange-2003-2010-part/
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