I am hosting a few customers on Exchange 2010 and would like to have more. I have ran into a problem when user whants to use out of office.
I am configurering the customers outlook to use Outlook anywhere pointing the server to my domain eg. mail.mydomain.dk.
I have bought a certificate for this hostname, so everything seems to work with no problems, the user can receive mails and send etc. with no problems and without having any problems with certificate.
The user then wants to use Out Of Office, if he do so the server cannot be found, I concluded that when you press OOO it automaticly goes for autodiscover.customerdomain.dk instead of the external url that I have set as mail.mydomain.dk.
I remember to have made an external url for the default EWS, but why is this not pushed trough the entire hosting organization?
Can I change so the hosted domains are pointing to the shared hostnname (mail.mydomain.dk) which has the valid certificate or how can I solve this? I have tried to make som redirection on the IIS, with no luck yet. I believe it is pretty expensive to purchase a certificate that can cover "all" my customers mail hostnames.