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Hello,

We installed an New 2013 exchange server and when working with outlook (2013) we cannot connect to Exchange.
We can connect through OWA inside and outside the network. It's only the Outlook client that causes issues.

When setting up it autofills the user name and server. Then when we open outlook the following error pops up.
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Simon Butler (Sembee) earned 500 total points
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Exchange 2013 only uses Outlook Anywhere for connection, internally and externally.
Standard tests - do you have a trusted SSL certificate?
Do you have a proxy server on your network?
Have you configured the URLs correctly within Outlook Anywhere and do the resolve internally to the correct place.

Simon.
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Simon,

Acknowledged, and yes we have an SSL from GoDaddy.  There is no proxy on the network but I re-ran setup / prepare (found it in another post here) from the command line and that seems to have done the trick. I'll wait a few day to see as with other things I've tried it worked initially and then went boom.
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