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how to check for a particular user in exchange 2007 whether his auto discover settings are working ok
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by:Adam Brown
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Use http://testexchangeconnectivity.com
It will help you diagnose anything Autodiscover related.
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You can check by testing from outlook
http://markgossa.blogspot.com/2015/10/outlook-test-autodiscover.html

You can test the external https://testconnectivity.microsoft.com/

If all are set properly when you open outlook for the first time it will connect to exchange automatically and configure outlook in few clicks.

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by:pramod1
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i don't know user password , so i need to check externally , i did run test-outlook web services

i see expr failure , exch are all success
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You can test with your account. If one user works it will work for all users.

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