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Internal Autodiscovery issue with an RPC over https between domains.

Posted on 2013-01-06
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Hello!, i'm going to explain my issue with autodiscover and Exchange 2007:

Domain A:
Exchange 2007 CAS w/autodiscover set to: mail.domainA.com
Client machine w/outlook 2010

Domain B
Exchange 2010 CAS w/autodiscover set to: mail.domainB.com

I configure the outlook on the client computer on "Domain A" with RPC over HTTPS of "Domain B".

There is no problem of conectivity, I send and recieve mails, but if I close the Oulook, the Exchange Proxy Settings change to Domain A and I can no longer login again on the outlook with the Domain B account.

I cannot kill the Exchange on the domain A because there are other mail accounts that we cannot move.

Please Help!!.

Best Regards.
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by:garyhak2009
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Is it two separate exchange orgs? What version of outlook?
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by:naachoperez
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Two separate organizations. Outlook 2010.
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I've solved it configuring a GPO for RPC over HTTPS for the users who needed the exchange on "Domain B".

Thanks!.
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