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Posted on 2013-11-19
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How do I add a autodiscover A record in for a sub domanin

example

main domain  jack.com
sub domain owa.jack.com

email address are jack@jack.com
I want them to autodiscover to owa.jack.com   owa server

do I need a cname record ?

using internal microsoft dns and providers dns web interface for external ....
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CNAME isn't going to work unless you have Autodiscover.example.com on the SSL certificate.
If you are using a single name SSL certificate then you need SRV records.
http://semb.ee/srv

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