Outlook – Removing services without corrupting others

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we used to be on an old exchange 5.5 server and we did not do internet email thru it. what we did was have our internet email hosted by our ISP and in outlook we would add a second service for internet email to pull the emails from them. now we have upgraded to exchange 2003 and use smtp to have our internal and external email thru our server. but there are several users that still have the internet email service. is there a script that will delete the internet email service without messing up the Exchange, outlook address book or personal folders services that are installed?
ASKED: February 14, 2008  3:24 PM
UPDATED: February 14, 2008  4:00 PM

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##########answer by B00M3R##########
I take it you must have been popping the ISP’s server from Outlook. I’m not sure of a script that removes the account from Outlook, I’m sure someone could create one – Do you have many users with this POP service active still? If not suggest manual removal.

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  • Buddyfarr
    we still have over 100 users with it.
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  • Buddyfarr
    we have been doing it manual. but didn't know of anyone that had a faster way of doing it.
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