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Exchange 2010 SP1 - Calendar Publishing (HTTPS)

Posted on 2010-09-14
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Hi all.

Slightly frustrating and something I am fairly sure is a 'bug' in SP1 but thought I would post it here anyway.

When setting up Calendar Publishing with Exchange 2010 SP1 the published urls are defaulting to http and not https.

Where is it be getting http from? The default for the relevant virtual directory is https.

Many thanks,
-Gareth
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Hi,
By default the calander will be published using http:// is true :(.
but you can change it  Manually  the url to https it works.

NM
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Hi nfmartins,

Thought as much.

I had worked out that replacing http > https worked (of course) however I have chosen not to forward http through the firewall.

This feature will primarily be used by our sales / account management department, needless to say that the process of adding a character to a string might be slightly on the challenging side for them.

Guess I shall have to voice it up to Microsoft and wait for Exchange 2010 SP1 Rollup 1.

Glad to see others have been tinkering with SP1 though!

Cheers,
-Gareth
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Just flying by...

Can you add a small JavaScript function that adds the "s" wherever it's needed? And call that function during the load of the page?
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I appreciate the suggestions folks but I guess there will be a rollup at some point which will address this.
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