So we've had an exchange 2007 server running, with several outlook anywhere (RPC over HTTP) clients for the past several years without incident. Well last night we moved to a new location (with new IP addresses obviously), and i forwarded our MX records, etc. to the Exchange server's new IP.
Users can now launch outlook, send and receive emails just fine, BUT when they try to add a contact, or print an email, they get the error shown in the picture.
Tried starting Outlook with the /rpcdiag paramater, and it shows the "mail" threads connecting, but the "directory" ones don't - wonder if that can be the problem?
We have a public SSL certificate, but to my knowledge that doesn't have any link to an IP address (right?) and since Outlook connects just fine, that can't be the issue. rpcdiag.jpg errormessage.jpg
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