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Exchange 2010 SP1 Hosted - IMAP Connection

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I would like to make an IMAP connection to our Exchange 2010 SP1 Hosted Multi-Tenant environment.  I have done the following but keep getting hit with a credential error.

Set-ImapSettings -LoginType PlainTextLogin
Set-ImapSettings -ExternalConnectionSettings 'exchange.radore.com.tr:993:SSL','exchange.radore.tr:143:TLS'

however I can't connect any suggestions would be appreciative.
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Question by:scotth4711
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by:davorin
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Have you started IMAP service on exchange server and enabled IMAP protocol on users mailbox?
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by:scotth4711
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Yes to the Service but I don't think so to the Mailbox
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Set-CASMailbox -Organization NJSTS -Identity scott -IMAPEnabled $true, Doesn't work
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by:davorin
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Does not work the command or IMAP is still not working? I guess IMAP.
Do you have certificate enabled for IMAP service?
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by:scotth4711
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I do not,
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by:davorin
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Hope this link will help you:
http://allcomputers.us/windows_server/Exchange-Server-2010---IMAP,-POP,-and-Microsoft-ActiveSync-(part-2)---Assigning-an-External-Name---Configure-POP-and-IMAP.aspx

Additionally you an use get-IMAPsettings and get-exchangecertificate to check configuration.
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by:scotth4711
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That solution is not for multi tenant.  Thank you for posting it though
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Simon Butler (Sembee) earned 500 total points
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The multi-tenant method on Exchange 2010 SP1 is no longer supported, so hopefully you have plans to move to ADP on SP2.

When you authenticate, what format are you using? It isn't clear whether you are able to make the connection or whether it connects but just fails to authenticate.

Simon.
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