Exchange 2010 and Outlook Anywhere Setup

Posted on 2011-05-03
Last Modified: 2012-05-11

I need help setting up Outlook anywhere on my Exchange 2010 server. I have done some work on it but dont know if it is done correctly. On top of that, I have installed a Verisign cerfiticate for use with OWA, and am getting a certificate error when using Outlook on network machines. The cert works good for owa, but local Outlooks get the error.  The server is running Win 2008 Server Standard 64bit. I have turned on Outlook anywhere in Exchange Managment. I have ports 80, 443, and 25 on router. Please let me know if you need more info about my setup. Thanks in advance

Question by:kjamez

    Accepted Solution

    Hi KJamez

    Please confirm which version of Outlook are you using. Please find the Link to configure Outlook Anywhere for Outlook 2010. You can also get the template from Microsoft Website for Outlook 2007, so that you can configure the same using GPO

    Many Thanks
    Binish Varghese

    Author Comment

    We are using 2010. I am getting certificate error when trying to connect. I dont know if its trying to use the cert i have for OWA. Thanks for help

    Author Comment

    I bought a cert to use with OWA. Do I need to buy another one for Outlook Anywhere? Or is there another way to set this up without a 3rd party certifcate?
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    Assisted Solution

    you can use same cert which you are using for OWA but make sure autodisocover is also having a same subject name as OWA.

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