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Exchange 2007 Autodiscover

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I have recently completed a successful migration of multiple Exchange 2007 databases across to a new server in the same Exchange Organisation, the new server has the same roles installed as the original, which are as follows:-

- Hub Transport
- Client Access
- Mailbox

Everything is working fine, however when I run the test AutoConfiguration tool from Outlook I'm still receiving references to the old server, even though I have manually changed the paths using PowerShell. Here is the output:-

Internal OWA URL: https://internal_FQDN/owa - CORRECT
External OWA URL: https://external_FQDN/owa - CORRECT

Availability Service URL: https://old_server.domain.suffix/EWS/Exchange.asmx - INCORRECT
OOF URL: https://old_server.domain.suffix/EWS/Exchange.asmx - INCORRECT
OAB URL: https://external_FQDN/oab/<string> - CORRECT

I have set the new paths using the following commands:-

- Set-WebServicesVirtualDirectory
- Set-OwaVirtualDirectory
- Set-ClientAccessServer
- Set-OabvirtualDirectory

Some extra information which may be helpful, publicly available namespace for DNS, we own the domain. I have also imported a third-party SSL cert for the FQDN of our CAS server, however I now realise I probably should have included a SAN for Autodiscover but haven't done do.
Adam Brown
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