Exchange 2003 SSL using Outlook as a client

Posted on 2006-05-01
Last Modified: 2010-04-18
Does anyone know if there is a decent solution that would allow a remote user to connect to Exchange without using VPN or OWA? Perhaps SSL or something of that nature?
Question by:Atomic75
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    Accepted Solution

    RPC over HTTP allows the outlook client to connect to the Exchange server using SSL encryption.  Have a look at this link
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    Expert Comment

    Yes you can use ssl. you need to add a certificate to your IIS server. Here is a link to help you do this


    Author Comment

    Great thanks so much. Very good link by the way.

    Author Comment

    Thanks for the OWA link but unfortunately the customer is using a  specific application that requires full blown Outlook and is not supported using OWA.

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