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Exchange 2010 OAB Replication

Posted on 2014-03-13
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I have a pure Exchange 2010 Environment with 3 different sites who each have their own Hub,cas, and Mailbox servers

Sites A an B work fine but client in site C are asked to login to sites A mailbox server to download the OAB.

MY question is how to replicate the OAB to sites C mailbox server so clients are not asked to authenticate to sites A mailbox server
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by:Jamie McKillop
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Hello,

In EMC, open the properties page for your OAB. On the distribution tab, add the CAS servers in site C.

-JJ
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THis was resolved by Corporate Tech Support
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by:tbartim
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Had to turn this one oevr tp Corporate IT and they fixed it
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