Adding Second Exchange 2003 Server to Existing Infrastructure

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I'm running a vanilla-plain Exchange 2003 infrastructure (1 Exchange Standard 2003 server, 2 Exchange 2003 domain controllers, all on separate hardware) and brought up a second Exchange Standard 2003 server on Virtual Server R2 but not sure I've got all the pieces hooked together. In 5.5 days, routing was automatic and moving mailboxes to a new server was reasonably trouble-free. Mail would flow from old to new and new to old and webmail automatically resolved. With the new setup, mail is flowing from new to old, but not old to new, and webmail also redirects to the new server if logging in with a moved mailbox. What did I miss? Thanks in advance.

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I found a reference to a similar situation:

http://expertanswercenter.techtarget.com/eac/knowledgebaseAnswer/0,295199,sid63_gci1200583,00.html

which solved the situation. I had these settings configured but the flow wasn’t working. I disabled all settings and re-enabled and mail is now flowing.

I still have an issue with Public Folder not replicating properly which might be a different issue.

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