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Outlook+Exchange 2010 Certificate POP Up

Posted on 2014-08-31
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Last Modified: 2014-12-05
Had Exchange 2010 Server installed and running 2 years
Was using POPCON to grab mail at GoDaddy and bring down to mailboxes (pls - no comments I didn't set it up).
Have users with Win 7 + Outlook 2010
Moved company to Office 365 and dumped the GoDaddy mail (feel free to comment I did set this up).
Works fine with one annoying issue

When a user opens outlook they get a pop-up referencing the autodiscover for the old godaddy server/account.  I have included the actual pop up as attachment.

I do realize that if they click Don't ask me again it goes away, but then it later comes back.  How do I get rid of it completely?
Question by:tech911
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becraig earned 2000 total points
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A documented quick fix for this is to point autodiscover dns to autodiscover.outlook.com

A similar question from the MS O365 community forum

The actual popup is not attached, that would really help :)

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