I have an enterprise with the domain enterprise.com. It is running an Exchange 2013 standard mailserver called mail.enterprise.com. This is the actual hostname and it is accessable both from the inside and the outside.
autodiscover.enterprise.com is registered in DNS and points to the external IP. The certificate mentions both names.
This enterprise is using it's mailhost also for several subsidaries, which are using a different maildomain, say @company.com
There are several of these. Each employee has a mail address @enterprise.com, but the main address is always @company.com.
The workstations are not AD members (some are / some are not - does not seem to make a difference).
Outlook Anywhere is used all over.
Users are fine connecting with the server. Everything seems to work except:
- users cannot activate their auto responders
- users cannot share their calendars through email.
Googeling suggests that autodiscover is not in place correctly, but speaking for the enterprise, it is!
autodiscover.company.com for each of the maildomains is however neither pointed to the mailhost nor included in the certificate.
Do I have any chance to get this to work smoothly without issuing a certificate with 50+ names in it?