Outlook Anywhere Clients not displaying Public Folders

Hey there, I have just finished migrating from an exchange 2010 environment to an exchange 2013, and after moving the public folders over (through the use of many articles including technet), my public folders are visible from outlook 2013 clients on the domain at the office, however when using outlook Anywhere Clients (rpc/https type) Public folders have not returned.

I have tried deleting the profiles on the remote machines and re-creating, but public folders will not come back

I've missed something someplace would be my 1st thought....

Any help is appreciated!  Thanks!
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Leon KammerCommented:
A Couple of thoughts.
With the changes in the architecture, have you changed the Firewall settings?
Is IIS / rpc set to Negotiate or NTLM?


bcameron70Author Commented:
@ Leon, I am using Basic, the rest of the outlook is loading fine, just not public folders from external

@ Kiss, I read through that...looks like my POF database PrimarySMTPaddress's are using the default MSTP...where they need to be another address and I cannot seem to change the Primary SMTP using the Set-mailpublicfolder as it is not recognizing it from the DC, however uising the Get-Mailbox -PublicFolder | ft Name,primarysmtpaddress -A shows me both my PF databases and their correcponding SMTP addresses  (e.g. I need to change @contoso.com to @fabrikam.com on them, but I get errored out using the previous command).  It seems DEFAULT SMTP policy was appliede to the PF databases when I created them and they do not correspojnd to the outlookanywhere domain name configured, which works for for everything else

Any thoughts?
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bcameron70Author Commented:
Anyone?...have a thought on this or did I confuse with my response
bcameron70Author Commented:
OK, found something to change the default smtp address

Still not working
bcameron70Author Commented:
OK, figured it out myself....external authentication needs to be set to NTLM in my case

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Leon KammerCommented:
I was stuck between a SQL Server and a hard place for some time...
I have no objections since I was unable to follow up on the proposed solution.
bcameron70Author Commented:
Did not understand the direction that Leon was heading in until I found the solution someplace else, but everyone had a piece of this one, thank you for the help
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