Before I make a complete mess of an SBS server, I'd like to check with the experts!
I have a client site where there is an Autodiscover security certificate error every time they launch Outlook. I've overlooked this as it's never really caused an issue before.
However, a user now wants to configure an out of office reply and the system says she can't because she's not connected to the server. The server status at the bottom of outlook says she's connected and all other mail functions appear normal.
After a bit of Googling, it appears that the Autodiscover issue is preventing the out of office assistant from starting. However, it should be possible to configure the out of office reply from OWA. I've tried this and although it lets me configure it, the replies don't appear to be working. This may or may not be me doing it wrong but may also be connected, too.
The certificate error on the Autodiscover side of things relates to the certificate name not being the same as the address of the server. However, I'm not sure if this is actually the true.
My question is this - I've seen references to entering commands into the Exchange console to correct the certificate issue but I'm nervous about doing anything here since SBS systems prefer to use wizards.
Can anyone advise the best way to correct this on a Small Business Server 2008 please.