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Exchange 2010- Outlook get RPC Over HTTP setting of another site

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we have 3 AD sites and all have CAS server and facing the Internet. Onle one site has Outlook Anywhere enabled and non of other sites has that enabled.

Issue is that outlook clients are getting rpc over https proxy settings from over site and it is very strange. That site cas is not have anywhare enabled at all.

Pls help
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These outlook clients are they internal or external users?
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