Re-associate Users to Exchange server mailbox

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Please forgive my ignorance if I do not explain myself well. There was a problem on MS Small Business Server running Exchange. Messages could not find a way out through the exchange server and the message folder kept replicating the outgoing messages and the folder eventually became unmanageable and slowed down the network. Found out it was a corrupt SMTP protocol and rebuild it. Somehow I tested the exchange server and it was sending and receiving. Two days later I was told that the "Outlook clients" on the workstations retrieve e-mails directly from their hosting site. I beed to know how to re-associate the users and/or mailboxes so users can receive e-mail through Exchange with the Outlook client. All advice will be greatly appreciated. Rod
ASKED: January 31, 2006  9:04 PM
UPDATED: February 1, 2006  3:46 PM

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