I have an issue with accessing emails from outside our domain
My business runs Windows 2008 SBS active directory domain
Example of domain name – exampledomain01.local
We also have Exchange 2007 with an email format of
Example – email@example.com
Note: when the domain was set up by an external company (before my time) the domain name was set up incorrectly
It was set up as exampledomain01.local instead of exampledomaino1.local
Exchange can route emails to both domains
The issue: When working from home (not connected to domain) Outlook (set up with ‘Outlook anywhere’ – HTTP connection) connects to the wrong domain – exampledomain01.local and although this works we don’t have a certificate installed for that domain so Outlook gives a certificate error, which you can click OK to but it causes confusion.
Is there a way to force Outlook to connect to the correct domain – exampledomaino1 via ‘Outlook anywhere’ HTTP connection?
I’m not hot on exchange so any advice or suggested trouble shooting steps would be gratefully received
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