Ive just built a new lab comprising
NY-DC1-2K8 - 2008R2 Domain Controller
NY-EX2K10MB1 - Exchange 2010 MailBox Server
NY-EX2K10PRIME - Exchange 2010 Hub Transport and CAL Role
NY-PC1-W7S - Windows 7 PC Running Outlook 2010.
Whole installation went fine no issues what so ever. In theory I should be able to send email from a user to a user as a test basic internal email flow is working correctly.
However, when ANY user, or administrator logs on to Outlook 2010 they get the error :
"Cannot Open your default e-mail folders. You do not have permission to log on"
The Users can access the OWA but when they try to send INTERNAL mail it goes straight into the drafts folder.
Exchange is up and running fine, all the pre-requisites have been done etc. Can anyone advise why this basic setup is failing.
In OWA when you logon or send a message you get the standard "There is a problem with this website's security certificate." message.
In Outlook 2010 when it starts for the first time autodiscover finds the correct settings when you lick Next you get a security Alert as show attached. When you get Do you want to proceed and click Yes you get your email account is successfully configured as shown attached. When I click finish I get the error, (attached). Im guessing many people will have seen this issue.
Is it caused by the certificate ? How do I get around the issue please ?