The Outlook 2003 client proxy settings used to be persistent; when a user traveled all he had to do with Outlook 2003 was add or remove the check under the Connections tab to enable or disable the proxy settings depending on whether they were on-site or off-site.
With the Outlook 2007 client, the proxy settings are no longer persistent. Now when a user removes the check as they used to do when back in the office the proxy setting go away. When they again travel, they have to remember what to put where in the proxy settings dialog box or have it written down somewhere.
Is there a fix to again make the proxy settings in Outlook 2007 persistent?
This article will help to fix the below error for MS Exchange server 2010
I. Out Of office not working
II. Certificate error "name on the security certificate is invalid or does not match the name of the site"
III. Make Internal URLs and External…
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