I have a question regarding Outlook Anywhere.
We are using Exchange 2010 and most clients are on Outlook 2013, only a handful on Outlook 2010.
I know how to setup Outlook Anywhere, which has already been enabled in Exchange and firewall. My question is that, if I want to setup Outlook to use Outlook Anywhere, do I need to set the PC/laptop up inside the network first, before configuring Outlook to connect using HTTP?
The reason I am asking, is that I want to know if I can configure my home PC to use Outlook Anywhere without bringing it in the office.
Thanks in advance for your help.
Here is the below description for the same.
Use the Enable Outlook Anywhere wizard on the Exchange Server 2010 Client Access server to allow users to connect to their Exchange mailbox from the Internet. Outlook Anywhere eliminates the need for users in remote offices or mobile users to use a virtual private network (VPN) to connect to their Exchange servers.
Outlook Anywhere will be enabled on your Client Access server after a configuration period of approximately 15 minutes. To verify that Outlook Anywhere has been enabled, check the application event log on the Client Access server.