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I'm in the middle of migrating from SBS 2003 to 2011, all mailboxes I care about moved to the new server. I noticed that Outlook Anywhere got forced on the Ooutlook clients, how do I disabled that and push the settings out to the client so they use local authentication like they used to?

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You can use a group policy to disable OA.  What version of Outlook are you using.  It will help me point you to the right link'
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mix of 2003,2007 and 2010

I followed this article

http://ilantz.wordpress.com/2011/02/08/authentication-pop-ups-and-annoyances-with-exchange-2007-2010-and-outlook-anywhere/

and it seems like a new profile created doens't get configured with OA automaticlaly but also just found out that Outlook doesn't connect to Exchange at all
getting this:

exchange cannot open your default email folder you must connect to microsoft exchange with the current profile before you can synchronize your folder with your offline folder file


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it stays in Disconnected mode, i tried different security settings, off and on with different auth methods
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looks like the MS Exchange RPC service stoped, it doesn't start fro some reason when the server is rebooted
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Is it starting period?  if not check your DNS settings and you suffix
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The issues with Exchange RPC services keeps stopping was causuing this,
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