How do I configure Outlook 2003 client another subnet from Exchange 2003 server

We have a remote location with one Workstation (XP SP2) with Outlook 2003 SP2. We let this workstation (192.168.2...) logon to our domain (192.168.1...) in our main office . We had the router on our remote location configured to use the DNS of our main office (192.168.1.11). This is also the Exchange 2003 Server. The problem is that the Outlook client doesn't sent mail to external e-mail adresses. We can mail to our internal domain adresses and the Outlook client is able to receive the smtp e-mail. We have tried to change the outgoing smpt server (192.168.1.11) in Outlook to our providers e-mail server adress (smtp.provider.com) No luck.  

Perhaps someone can help us to get this working.
TomvanderArendAsked:
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weareitConnect With a Mentor Commented:
As long as the client can authenticate it will work.  RPC over HTTPS just provides the connection, the authentication is handled at the server level.

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TomvanderArendAuthor Commented:
We use three different email adress domains and we don't think this is gonna work with RPC over HTTPS.
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TomvanderArendAuthor Commented:
First we have to get RPC over HTTPS working. We tried it a few months ago and still didn't get it work. It has probably something to do with our firewall. If we get this working we let you know and accept your solution. Otherwise we still have to find a workaround.
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weareitCommented:
No problem.  Keep me posted, there are probably other ways to resolve the issue.

Most likely this will be a DNS routing issue.

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TomvanderArendAuthor Commented:
Sorry for my late responce, but I have been on holiday. Yes we got the RPC over HTTPS working.
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