Clients cannot connect to Outlook Anywhere. Exchange 2007 SP1
Posted on 2009-02-18
I've been stuck on a problem relating to Outlook Anywhere. I've looked everywhere for a solution but haven't yet found anything.
Our setup is as follows (very simple at the mo as we are migrating from Exch 2003 to 2007):
1 x Exchange Server with CAS, HT, Mailbox running on Server 2008 Ent
A Comodo Unified COmms SAN certificate with:
MX Record points to webmail.externaldomain.co.uk
OWA works absolutely fine, no cert errors or anything.
I have enabled Outlook Anywhere after installing the RPC over HTTP feature. Didn't work, rebooted server. Still didn't work, so I uninstalled Outlook Anywhere and RPC over HTTP, rebooted and re installed.
When I try and connect with Outlook ANywhere from external it just wont accept the username and password, which is logged in the security log on the Exchange server. I have DEFINITELY got the password right :) and I have used firstname.lastname@example.org and internaldomain\user
When I run Test-OutlookWebServices, a number of errors appear regarding the Autodiscover Service. Error code 1013 and 1006 (I think)
If I try and set up a user who is inside the network with RPC over HTTP, it connects, but when I Ctrl-Left click on the Outlook icon and go to 'Connections' - they all say TCP IP rather than HTTPS.
I've checked the permissions in IIS and they look correct judging by various forum posts/blog entries.
Any help would be MUCH appreciated!!