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Exchange proxy settings and child domains.

Posted on 2013-05-23
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Hi.

We have som trouble with internal connections to our exchange servers from childdomains.

In outlook, the proxy settings keep coming back and outlook tries to connect over http and request user password.
This is only affecting users with 2 mailboxes or more. Doesnt matter if it´s separate mailboxes or shared mailboxes with full permisions.

Any suggestions?
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Simon Butler (Sembee) earned 500 total points
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All clients will have the Outlook Anywhere settings in their clients if you have the feature enabled. That is fine and shouldn't be touched.

The real problem is why Outlook is failing back to HTTPS connections. It shouldn't be.
The way the system is supposed to work is that it uses TCP/IP unless it is unavailable.
That would indicate a network issue with those machines, which for some reason are unable to make the TCP/IP connection or take too long doing so.

Primary test is to see if the problem follows the user to another machine.

Simon.
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by:mattemattsson
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Hi,

Thanks for answer, i don´t got any other machine in local network to test with, it´s a terminal server.

Is it some way to test the Connection?
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by:Simon Butler (Sembee)
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Not really.
The only thing you can do is ensure that the network drivers are up to date and change the network cable and port.

Simon.
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