I have two Exchange servers running in the same domain. One Exchange 2003 and one Exchange 2010. I've managed to setup bidirectional routing. I have moved some mailboxes via a "Local move request" on Exchange 2010, this was completed succesfully.
My problem: When I go to the "old" OWA 2003 site (https://legacy.company.com/exchange) and login with the user/pass of amailbox that has been moved, I am redirected to hxxps://newserver.domain.local/exchange. I'd like to be redirected to hxxps://newserver.company.com/exchange or hxxps://newserver.company.com/owa.
I've already setup the OWA url's of the new Exchange server to use newserver.comapny.com instead of newserver.domain.local, using the Set-OwaVirtualDirectory cmdlet.
PS. I've found out that the old OWA 2003 uses a HTTP 302 (permanent move) http response which redirects to the internal FQDN of the Exchange 2010 server.
Where can I setup the FQDN/URL that OWA 2003 redirects to when a mailbox is found on the new Exchange 2010 server?
If anybody has an idea I'd be much oblidged.