I get error when I am logged into Outlook 2010. Can’t set Out of Office when logged into the Terminal Server.
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We have the boxes checked to allow for autoreplies on the server... and this works for Outlook 2003 users, but not Office 2010 users (who can use OWA to setup their Out of Office but NOT the full blown version of Outlook).
When we use Microsoft Remote Connectivity Analyzer, the 'Exchange ActiveSync' runs fine but when I try the 'Exchange ActiveSync Autodiscover' I get a lot of 'FAILED' results. Mostly on the Certificate Authority not being recognized. The problem we have is the main domain is in Switzerland, and does have a viable CA but is not resolved by our clients in the US.
Attempting to locate SRV record _autodiscover._tcp.company-name.com in DNS.
The Autodiscover SRV record wasn't found in DNS.
Is there a way to setup a DNS Forwarder to resolve this?
Am I missing something obvious?
Do we really need to get the domain name registered in the U.S. which will be a problem because the domain name is owned by the parent company?
Thank you for any help you can provide...