SBS 2008 Certificate Issue and moving to Hosted Exchange

Posted on 2012-09-14
Last Modified: 2013-01-10
I've recently moved my in-house Exchange SBS 2008 email to a third party hosted provider. I created a self-issued certificate that worked on the RWW site. We are still using the site for remote desktop login. The issue is now when users go into Outlook they keep getting prompted if they want to continue connecting to old certificate. They can answer YES and even install certificate but they continue to get prompted even after doing so. Any ideas on how to get rid of this?
Question by:tvaldez63
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    Accepted Solution

    Did you fix your autodiscover records to point to your new hosted server?

    Please be sure they are entered correctly.  There is a good tutorial about this here:

    Also in that article is a description of how to use the Outlook Connection Testing so that you can see what is actually being called from Outlook.


    Author Closing Comment

    Thanks Jeff. That did the trick. Thanks for the quick response.

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