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Quote:>Actually, what kind of problems, can you give me some explanations?
>Because, in that "p" - "o" properties, there's the old company name, and I
>also want to change it to new name.
Addressing problems. The PRMD of the name of the Exchange
organization. The Organization is the Exchange site name.
As for what values they contain, it makes no difference to you. If you
named your organization "Ralph" and your company name was "Ajax
Widgets" it wouldn't make one bit of difference. However, if you
CHANGE "Ralph" to "Ajax Widgets" you'll have problem with inter-site
directroy replication and message flow.
Quote:>The smtp address (domain name) has been changed, actually I added the secondary
>proxy email address to store the old smtp address and change the smtp address
>via Site Addressing.
SMTP addresses aren't used in the same fashion as the X.400 addresses.
You seem to have your mind made up that you're going to change these
values no matter what advice you're given. So take this last piece of
advice: use the Move Server Wizard to change the name of the Exchange
organization. As with all free advice, it's worth exactly what you
paid for it.
MCSE+I, Exchange MVP
MS Exchange FAQ at http://www.swinc.com/resource/exch_faq.htm