I am not sure about configuring the SMTP connector
to "*" . How should this be done on the main server? Will
this mess up the existing domain?
Thanks again for clarification
>A movemailbox is possible.
>2. Both mail servers should handle incoming and outgoing
>messages for the same domain "efg.com."
>If u mean that both servers should receive mail from the
internet , its not
>a good idea. Configure an SMTP conenctor on one server
with "*" as the
>address space and let the SMTP connector send and receive
mail. This is the
>servers IP which will be there in the MX record.
>3.Clients have been change to view mailbox information
>for their EXCH server.
>when u do a move mailbox this will happen automatically.
Let the clients
>login once before u shutdown the original server. (if u
plan too.) Also
>please ensure that the clients donot access the mailbox
during the move.
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>> We currently have 2 EXCH 2K servers setup in the same
>> oganization and storage group. The second EXCH server
>> eventually become the main mail server. If we were to
>> mailboxes from our mail EXCh server to the 2nd EXCH
>> can those mailboxes still send and receive mail? Given
>> make the necessary changes for Internet access
>> to main EXCH server) and clint changes.
>> abc server (main server)
>> xyz server (2nd server)
>> 1. Move some mailboxes from abc server to xyz server.
>> 2. Both mail servers should handle incoming and outgoing
>> messages for the same domain "efg.com."
>> 3. Clients have been change to view mailbox information
>> for their EXCH server.
>> 4. IP addresses are separate and settings have been
>> configured to match abc server on xyz server
>> Thanks in advance.