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I hate answering my own question. As so often with Microsoft server software, I'm not totally certain how I solved the problem, but I didn't have to delete profiles, not did the details autofill. I found that CompanyWeb wasn't working, and as it turned out, we have a number of DNS issues that pointed to the old server (which was now in mothballs). After I ...


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Like Twisty stated, your Outlook clients need to be told what to do. Exchange 2003 would tell your clients where their new home is. But because you pulled the old server, they cannot get those instructions. If your migration went properly, you'll just need to pull out the old exchange address from Control Panel. Once that's done, open Outlook. If ...


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When migrating from Exchange on SBS 2003 to 2011, you must leave the old Exchange server running until all instances of Outlook have been started and had the chance to update their settings. Only then can you decommission the old server. This is because the client Outlook profile update process goes something like this (from my memory): Outlook starts and ...



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