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Can ADFS be used to provide authentication services for exchange (2013 sp1), so clients can connect to exchange using outlook. All clients will be external to the exchange forest
I have an exchange 2013 sp1 setup with a single CAS server and MBX server. I would like to provide access to the mailboxes hosted in this environment to external clients without going down the trusts root and also without creating extra user accounts in the domain where exchange is setup.
I would like to use ADFS 2.1 to authenticate the clients, however is this possible so that users can use outlook to connect to their mailboxes or is it just restricted to Outlook Web App
ADFS is only an authentication layer. You still need to authenticate *to* something. Exchange mailboxes are associated to AD objects. That is fundamental to its design. So there is no way to avoid "extra"
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