To start, we have a non-best-practices Exchange setup. Rather than a front-end RPC proxy server and a back-end mailbox server, we have a single server that is a DC/GC/Exchange. Setting up RPC-over-HTTP only appears to work on Outlook 2007 clients, which is wierd because it’s an Exchange 2003 server (or perhaps I set up that Outlook installation when it was connected to the domain and forgot that I did, so that’s why it’s working). The [...]Continue Reading »
We have some users who work remotely and they access their e-mail in Outlook 2003 using RPC over HTTP. We just hired another sales guy and the laptop we bought for him came with Office 2010, so I decided to give it a whirl. I set it up the same as I normally would for Outlook 2003 and sent him on his merry way. Now he’s back home several thousand miles away and can’t get [...]Continue Reading »
I have a client that has Windows SBS 2003. They currently have remote mail enabled, ie: mail.clientdomain.com.au/exchange prompts to accept to use the certificate, then allows them to use remote mail in the internet browser. I am trying to setup Outlook on a remote computer to use RPC over HTTP. Is there a way to get the certificate installed on their computer so that it will work. At the moment, I have put all the [...]Continue Reading »
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