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Autodiscovery for Office365 with Exchange Server installed

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Hi all. This one should be quick.

I have a Win 2008R2 DC that acts as DNS, File server, DHCP and AD.

I have propogated all staff to Office 365 (by manually configuring their accounts online). My question: is it possible to setup autodiscovery for client Outlook 2007 without the installation of Exchange Server 2010?

Thanks in advance!
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as part of your control panel you will find instructions and settings you need to set for autodiscover, you don't need Exchange in-house for that.
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Answered my question perfectly. Thanks!
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