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Exchange 2010 & Outlook from the WAN

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I have an exchange 2010 server.  OWA works fine, but Outlook Anywhere is failing.  When I try to set up Outlook, it cannot connect.

This use to work, until we changed routers, but for the life of me, I think I have everything open in the router.  Nothing changed on the server, just the introduction of the router.

Still OWA works, so why isn't Outlook Anywhere working?  

I'm mainly looking for what I've missed.  

Any thoughts on obvious culprits that I may have missed?

Thanks

Cliff
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I believe that they is no changes about Autodiscover IP address in DNS. At outsite LAN network, use this link to test the Outlook ANywhere.

https://www.testexchangeconnectivity.com/

Post the result.
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what the issue?
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