Email Server Name or Mailbox Name Is Changed: 'Change is the only constant thing in this world' Same proverb also fits best for Microsoft Exchange Server. Suppose administrator changed Exchange server name or your assigned mailbox's name and did not free that mailbox with you as its respective user; then, the Exchange Server mailboxes might get corrupted.If the Exchange Server name gets changed and you did not recognize every user's mailbox path again and executed the send/receive function in user's or administrator'send, then you will be unable to send/receive emails or post any items in public folder and you will be prompted with a message specifying that Exchange Server name or mailbox name does not exist. To overcome this problem, administrator should identify Exchange Server mailbox path of every user. After doing that, if you are still unable to send/receive emails or publish any post in public folder, then the possible solution is to Convert OST to PST File and then import that PST file into newly created users' mailboxes, as the changed mailboxes paths will automatically be assigned to newly created users.
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