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Checking web based OAB Distribution Exchange 2010

Posted on 2014-02-13
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Hi All,

I'm looking to confirm that the Exchange Online Address Box is working,

I browsed to the https://mail.companyname.com/oab where EMC says the Offline Address Book Distribution should be (server configuration -> Client Access -> Offline Address Book Distrbution) and got a login screen.  Entering my login and password I was prevented access.

Is this correct behaviour?  If not how do I fix it?

Thanks.
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I believe that is the correct behaviour - get a logon screen then an access denied message. Just tested it on our exchange (which is working fine) and it's the same so yeah that sounds about right.
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Great. Thanks.
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