how do you connect outlook 2007 to exchange 2010

Just finished installing exchange 2010, I try to join my outlook 07; exchange not available and outlook must be online
liteweightAsked:
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murgroupCommented:
Try a complete manual setup and see if that works.
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askurat1Commented:
That's kind of a broad question. We don't know anything about your setup.

Are you able to access OWA?

What are the settings you are trying to use?

Are you inside the network?
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Marc SmetsSystem AdministratorCommented:
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liteweightAuthor Commented:
These are 2 new boxes; DC: Windows Server 2008R2 the 2nd box also DC WS2008R2 and Exchange 2010.

I am testing inside our network, trying to connect to ms outlook 2007.

I can access OWA http://mail.ankatest.org

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murgroupCommented:
Did you setup Outlook manually or are you using autodiscover? Try putting the server settings in manually. Also do you have a valid SSL cert in Exchange?
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liteweightAuthor Commented:
In autodiscovery, it found me automatically however it prompt me for the server username and password. I used mine and administrator and it still have the error: exchange not available and outlook must be online.
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liteweightAuthor Commented:
Could not complete by manual setup either.

I did MS Exchange Best Practice Analyzer:
Missing FQDN in ExchangeAB SPN
Missing NetBIOS name in ExchangeAB SPN

So I ran
setspn -A SMTP/testexch.ankatest.org TESTexch

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setspn -A SMTP/TESTexch TESTexch

Still have the the same error.
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liteweightAuthor Commented:
i finally connected outlook 2007 to exchange 2010.
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