RE: Move Mailbox-Exchange2K

  • From: "Ripon Bahl" <ripon.bahl@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "'[ExchangeList]'" <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 2 May 2005 21:08:49 +0530



Gernally outlook handel the name change of it's itself. After outlook 2000
sp2, the NSPI proxy reference has been changed to dynamic. This only works
if the homeDB value has been changed across all domain controller and GC has
the information. 


Replicate all the Domain controllers and see if it works.


Thanks and Best Regards


Ripon Bahl


Change should only be constant for everyone.....Do it simple but do it


From: P. Kay [mailto:pkay@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Monday, May 02, 2005 8:42 PM
To: [ExchangeList]
Subject: [exchangelist] Move Mailbox-Exchange2K

I am moving mailboxes from one Exchange 2000 Server to another Exchange 2000
Server (Changing out hardware).  I thought that the Outlook Client
automagically changed from the OLD server name to the NEW server name.  It
has been 35 minutes and the Outlook Client gives the error "Cannot start
Microsoft Outlook.  The Microsoft Exchange Server computer has been
temporarily halted.  Contact your System Administrator. (OldServerName)"


Do I have to manually change the Outlook client to point to the new server?
I tested it on small accounts and they automagically re-pointed to the new


Please Help Quick!!!



P. Kay Nuernberger

Systems Analyst/Exchange Administrator

City of Decatur - MIS Dept.

217-424-2754, Ext. 315

217-424-2770 - Fax


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