We have a domain running on Windows Server 2008 SBS. We used to use the built-in Exchange to manage our email. However, we have now migrated our email system over to Office 365.
We are having a problem configuring Outlook 2010 on the client workstations to use Office 365. We tried creating new Mail profiles that point to Office 365. However, as soon as the user logs out of Outlook and logs back in, Outlook reverts back to using the old mail profile that points to the local Exchange server (which of course, no longer receives email since the MX records are pointing to Office 356). Looks like there must be a Group Policy in AD that keeps pushing out that original (and now obsolete) Outlook configuration to each work station.
We need to find that GPO Outlook setting and disable it. Assume this will be done be modifying the GPO, but don't have any experience modifying GPO.
There may also a client side app/setting that is being used to configure SBS clients. If so, we will need to disable that as well.
Thanks in advance.