We moved our company from our onsite Exchange Server 2007 to a Hosted Exchange provider. We moved over 130 mailboxes to the exchange hosting provider. The provider was able to migrate all email to their servers. We can get email via OWA and phones. We just cant get email via Outlook.
We have set up an autodisover record to point to the hosting provider in order to setup the Outlook profiles on their computers.
When we do, Outlook tries to connect to the onsite exchnage server we used to have. We have removed the exchange server from the domain and it still tries to connect to the exchange server. We cant connect to the hosted exchanger server.
We are able to setup email on our home computers or any computer that was not on the domain network.
What can we do to troubleshoot this issue? The hosting provider states something on the network is blocking the connection.
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