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Autodiscover walkthrough for SBS 2003

Posted on 2011-02-11
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I'm looking for complete walk through on setting up autodiscover so I get all green check marks on https://testexchangeconnectivity.com/ .

I run SBS 2003 SP2 with exchange 2003 SP2. I use Godaddy to host my MX records. I have a SSL cert setup on the "default website" in ISS for mail.mydomain.com on port 443.
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I'm pretty sure autodiscovery is only for 2010 (and maybe 2007), definitely not 2003.
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agreed.  Autodiscover is an Exchange 2007+ concept, not Exchange 2003.  You'll get no benefit from setting up autodiscover.
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Plus it's a pain in the butt when it breaks.
I have SBS 2007 and if you don't name things exactly the way it likes you will get trusted cert errors.

I love MS,no really!
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Someone convinced me they had to have autodiscover setup for their 2003 and i wasn't sure.
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