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Unable to login on webmail with domain.com, but its working with domain.local

Posted on 2007-12-06
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i can only access the website from an external computer not on the domain and i can only login with user@domain.local. i get an authentifiacation error with user@domain.com.

Anyone can tell me whats wrong ?
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LeeDerbyshire earned 125 total points
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user@domain.local is your UPN, and that is how you need to log in.  user@domain.com is your email address, which is a different thing altogether.

What happens when you try to use it internally?  Any error messages?  Note that if you try http://server.domain.com/exchange , then this name will probably resolve to a public IP address which you will not be able to access internally.  Try http://localservername/exchange instead , or http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/exchange , where xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx is the private IP address.
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