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The Outlook Password and Exchange 2010

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I have a brand new Ex2010 server on Window 2008 SR2.  This is a brand new domain etc.

I have a certificate installed and OWA is working beautifully.  I can also get into Outlook 2007 when locally set up.  However, I noticed two things.  When setting up Outlook for the first time on the local LAN connection, it resolves my email address to cwalker@domain.local instead of cwalker@domain.com.  Also, once Outlook opens up, it asks for a password to connect.  

Any help would be appreciated.
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by:joelia2526
ID: 34885028
I know this may sound silly, but is the PC joined to the domain?
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by:cwalker007
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Yes.
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by:Faisal Khan
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have you installed/modified the certificate for smtp lls etc services?
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by:cwalker007
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I have installed a SAN cert for the server.  Until then, I was getting cert errors when trying to connect to OWA.  Those have cleared up.  I don't get cert errors anywhere, just these quirky issues.  On my ohter network (Exchnage 2007), the Outlook set up uses cwalker@domain.com, not cwalker@domain.local.  The cert is set up the same on both systems.
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by:e_aravind
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Auth. prompt is showing the CAS server correct?

Any clues on the
A) Ol2k7 connection status
b) OL2k7 "test email autoconfiguration" results\log tab
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by:pcsmitpra
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To give priority to LAN over the local
Control panel -> Internet Options -> Connection -> Check "Never dial a connection"

To teach your outlook to remember password  
Menu -> Select Tools ->  E-Mail Accounts -> Select View or change existing e-mail accounts
Next  -> Select email account

For every account you need to follow these steps again
Click Change ->   Logon Information
-> Enable Remember password
-> Type the account's password under Password
Next  -> Finish

I hope this will help you.
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Hypercat (Deb) earned 500 total points
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You may need to make changes to the autodiscovery settings in DNS.  Here's an article that may be helpful:

http://www.amset.info/exchange/singlenamessl.asp
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by:synetron
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just out of curiosity, have you looked at what the client's FQDN is?
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