I have my server 2003 set up so that clients can get access to their mail and contacts from their outlook 2003, but only if I set up outlook while inside our office. If I get on a machine outside the building, no matter how I set up the options, I cannot get outlook 2003 to connect to the server. This means new users have to bring their laptops into the office for me to set them up with their email which is not ok with the boss.
My certificate is the outside IP address used to connect to the server.
If someone inside the office tries the IP address, it points to the internal one so there is no need for split DNS.
When i searched for this question on this site, the links people provided within the threads never worked so I guess they are outdated. Please tell me if and what other information is needed to help me and I will get it. Thanks