Exchange 2007 Outlook Anywhere

Posted on 2011-05-03
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
I am trying to determine when the Outlook Client will use the RPC Over HTTPS Proxy/Outlook Anywhere settings.   Will Outlook always use those settings if they are set?  For example, if the client device is not physically connected or VPN connected to the corporate/AD LAN, I know that it will use those settings.   If however the device is physically connected and authenticated to the corp/AD LAN, will Outlook ignore the RPC->HTTP/Proxy settings and perform a direct RPC connection?   My guess is that the RPC>HTTPS will always be used if the setting is set.
Question by:BladesAway
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    I don't think so. It normally will use the internal settings when connected directly to the network. RPC>HTTPS is used outside of the network.

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