Exchange Autodiscover Issue


I have an Exchange 2010 residing behind a NAT router and is trying to configure Autodiscover.

Is that even possible?

SSL(443) redirects from the firewall to the Exchange.
Webmail is functioning and is using SSL (443) Could that cause additional issue as the 443 is a redirect for webmail and autodiscover ?
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no it wont cause any issues. you will need to create SRV records for autodiscover also. please read the article by  Adam Farge on EE.

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ChrisSenior Technical ArchitectCommented:
they should all be going to the same server(s) so you should have an issue you can setup the external SRV records as normal and let the NAT'ing take care of the rest
Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
You need to setup your Autodiscover URi for your client access server. If you have a hybrid Exchange 2007/2010 then autodiscover should be pointing to the newest version of Exchange. Autodiscover should only be pointing to one Server or load balancing FQDN.

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