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When i use Outlook 2010 to connect with Exchange 2010, the server name is ServerName.ABC.COM, it may cause problem if my notebook is away from office.
I want to change it to MAIL.ABC.COM, how can i do it?
Should i change any settings from Exchange 2010 and DNS server?

Thank you.
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Question by:dickchan
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by:Stelian Stan
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How is your Exchange published outside the company, is mail.abc.com?
If is like that you should be able to just put mail.abc,com instead of server.abc.com
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Even with RPC/Https (outlook anywhere) your exchange server name will resolve to your internal exchange server mailbox name. Your proxy URL can however be whatever you want like mail.company.com
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Exchange server mailbox name = exchange 2010 internal CAS server name in your case.

Don't worry about it, just get Outlook Anywhere up and running and then you shouldn't have any issues in or out of the office.
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You'll need to use the autodiscover function built-in feature within exchange 2010 to get RPC over http working.
For this you'll need to include autodiscover.yourdomain.com in your certificate + creating dns records,

further reading I refer to this article for how autodiscover works: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb124251.aspx
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