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Access exchange with OWA from within my domain

That is, from a client on my domain, rather than a machine anywhere else in the world.

I think I've done it before, but I can't remember how.
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David Atkin

8/22/2022 - Mon
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Ronald Hicks

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Many thanks.  I'm in.  For some reason though I had to use the IP address of the server instead of it's name, i.e. https://192.168.168.103/owa.   https://saec/owa didn't resolve.  I'm OK with that, but have you any thoughts on why the name didn't work?
Ronald Hicks

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Many thanks.  As noted though, I had to use the server's IP address instead of its name.
David Atkin

Check to see where your DNS is pointing too.  If its not resolving the name then its normally DNS.
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