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Retrieving Inbox folder from Exchange WebDAV 2007 clustered environment

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I have a sample java program which connects with standalone Exchange 2007 server and perform all the operations. when I check the same code with clustered environment, I am getting 'login time out' error. In clustered environment, I am able to make a connection with Exchange 2007 server using HttpClient utility. When I retrieve inbox folder from connection object, it returns 'Login timeout error'.

The code lines are given below,

connection=new Connection("utest2",
                    "yash@123",
                    "http",
                    "10.7.16.90",
                    "portmail.com",
                    80,
                    "owa",
                    "utest2",
                    false,
                     Locale.getDefault(),
                    Connection.AUTHENTICATION_TYPE_FBA,
                    "2007");

 

InboxFolder inboxFolder = connection.getInboxFolder(Selector.getDefaultMailSelectors() , TimeZone.getDefault());

Here, we prepare same OWA URL which we can access from Web but not from our sample program which is using HttpClient and XMLRequest for Exchange Server 2007.

OWA URL is - https://host:port/owa
Path for finding the Inbox folder is - https://host:port/exchange/exchangeuser

Note: We have NLB clustered environment for Exchange 2007 server.
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