Issues uninstalling Exchange 2007 ghost email server

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Recently I performed an AD migration for a client and had to uninstall an exchange 2007 email server from the root domain of the my client organization.  For this ex. the email server name was ABC.  
     I then went and installled and created a new exchange 07 organization and email server in the child domain. I gave the email server a diff name for ex. xyz.  Now when I go to demonstrate public folders it doesn't work.
It starts looking for the old 'abc' reference.  Do I need to go onto the schema master and run adsi.msc  and wipe out any reference to 'abc'?
  Your prompt reply is greatly appreciated.  Thank you for your help and expertise


Software/Hardware used:
Windows Server 2008 OS Domain level 2008 Exchange 2007

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Yes, you’ll need to fire up ADSI and remove the references to the old server.

This page should help you out.

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