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I am trying to migrate my Exchange 2007 server to Microsoft Office365 - Exchange Online.  I have completed the AD Sync and am at the migration stage where exchange online tries to connect to my Outlook Anywhere to begin the data migration.  However, I am unable to get Office365 to connect to Outlook Anywhere even though all of my users use Outlook Anywhere so I know it works.  I wonder would it stop working that my CERT has expired?  WOuld that stop my migration?  Do I need my
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by:Jian An Lim
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to confirm your outlook anywhere health by going to https://www.testexchangeconnectivity.com/

this will prove whether it work. (this is what office 365 used)
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expired cert (or private cert) definitely will block office 365 to be connected to your environment, so please fix it
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