IP Change

Exchange 2000


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IP Change

Postby Scott M. » Thu, 23 Oct 2003 12:25:04 GMT

I recently changed from having a dynamic IP address and using a dynamic IP
service to emulate a static IP to having an actual static IP address.

Will I need to make changes to my system (besides updating the public DNS)
to keep my Exchange Server 2003 running?

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1.Empty Mailbody after IP Change

I had to change the IP of my Exchange-Server 2003 and after this 
configuration Exchange Objects like Mail, Calendar, Note have an Header but 
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I checked the mails with Outlook and via Webaccess with same result.

New Mails have header and body.

Can I to any recovery or do you know a tool which I can use to repair my 
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many thanks
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It's now necessary for me to change the addressing scheme of the servers to 
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4.help! new ip change, cant receive mail anymore

we changed ip addresses on friday, (both static)
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5.NAV WebAccess won't launch after IP change.

We have a Microsoft Exchange 5.5 w/ spack.  It has the Symantec Norton
Antivirus for Exchange installed.  We just recently change our IP scheme so
I had to change the IP on the Exchange.  After doing so, the Nav for
Microsoft Exchange service would not start.  So I went to the registry Local
Machine , software ,navmse etc.... and change the ip.
I got the service to start but the WEBACCESS does not work.

Pls. help.

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