I am currently working with a customer that is hosting their own email account on SBS 2011. They have an SSL configured and are also using it for remote access. They are interested 2 changes.
1. Changing from existing .co to a new .com email address
2. Using Godaddy Email Hosting with Pop3 Connector (and no longer hosing their own email)
I have created the new email accounts on the GoDaddy email portal and setup the Pop3 Connectors to drop the new mail into their existing local exchange boxes. I am going to leave the SSL Cert in place and they'll continue to use their old Domain name for remote access. My question is, Can I change the current default SMTP address from the .co to the new .com one. Or add the new .co one so they can co-exist until they're all converted. I modified one test account already using the Exchange Management Console. I set the new one to the default and I am able to Send emails out using the new SMTP address. The Pop 3 connector is failing however with the following error: "An error occurred while delivering mail to 'email@example.com' on the SMTP server 'localhost'. Verify the Exchange Receive connectors are configured properly.