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Outlook anywhere with Exchange 2007 Sp1 and W2k8


I have exchange SP1 running on windows server 2008. This is an all in one server with the hub transport, mail box, and CAS all running. I am trying unsucessfully to get outlook anywhere working. Everytime I try to connect either through auto-discover or manual configuration I get a username/password prompt that never accepts my credentials.

Machine name: postal
FQDN: mail.mrcarbuyer.com also postal.mrcarbuyer.com

I have valid public SSL certificates for both mail.mrcarbuyer.com and postal.mrcarbuyer.com
I do not have a valid SSL certificate for autodiscover.mrcarbuyer.com but I do have a DNS entry.

I have enabled RPC over http proxy.
I have enabled outlook anywhere.
I have tested with RPC ping and it appears to be working correctly.
OWA works fine at:
https://mail.mrcarbuyer.com/owa


I have redirection enabled so if you type http://mail.mrcarbuyer.com it redirects to https://mail.mrcarbuyer.com/owa

I have read about the IPv6 bug and have edited the hosts file to resemble this:
127.0.0.1       localhost
# ::1             localhost
192.168.2.2      mail
192.168.2.2      mail.mrcarbuyer.com
192.168.2.2      postal
192.168.2.2      postal.mrcarbuyer.com

I have tested that the server can telnet to itself on port 6004.

I am stumped, can anyone help me?
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IThackAuthor Commented:
While this wasn't the answer to my problems it is a very useful tool that eventually helped me find the answer to my problem so you get points.
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