Re: [SOLVED] Outlook 2007 Not Connecting to Exchange Server
It depends on where the IP address information is coming from. If you have DHCP coming from your router and not your server, then the router will usually (unless changed manually in the router config) issue the IP address of the router OR your ISP DNS servers. Things that resolve internally, such as your internal domain name, will not be handled correctly by your router or ISP DNS servers, which is why it need to be adjusted to point to your server's IP address (obviously it's the server that is running DNS for your domain). If it's still unable to resolve the name of your exchange server, then you need to check the servers event logs and verify that you're not getting errors in the DNS log.
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