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Hello,

Recently installed a 2013 Exchange server and migrated some mailboxes to it.

What I have noticed is the two mailboxes located on 2013 cannot access each others Shared Calendars or the free/busy data. In the top tab it begins to update then states "No Connection"

When I log into OWA I can see the exchange the above functions just fine.

I have tried re-creating the outlook profile on 2013 and the problem persists. All other functions work and I can view calendars for users on the 2007 Exchange server just fine (vice versa)

No Connection
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Hello,

I applied a SAN or UC certificate and all seems to be working ok Exchangee 2013. Since my internal and external URLS for the virtual directory are different.
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