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How Do I Configure MS Outlook Anywhere?

Hi,

Am new to Exchange 2013 and i have just finished installing it on Windows Server 2012.
The challenge i have is that the Outlook web application is working fine but MS Outlook 2013 will not open  for those client computers that are not joined to the domain.
I did some research and i have discovered that i need to configure Outlook Anywhere, Autodiscovery, ActiveSync etc. for those computers not on the domain, e.g. mobile users with laptops.
Also that there maybe need to subscribe to Certificate Authority. Is there a possibility of doing this without a private CA?

Your assistance with this will be highly appreciated.
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fbanda
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Berlin142Commented:
Of course, you can use public certificates, this is the "normal" way. You Need These certificates to publish the Services (esp. autodiscovery). Without certificates, it will not work.
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fbandaAuthor Commented:
What is the procedure to install these certificates?
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