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Exchange 2013 connection problems on OS X

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Hello

I have an Exchange 2013 system with Windows and OS X users, some OS X users sometimes have problems connecting to the server on the local network, in external network have no problems.

Can anybody help me? Thank you.
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Question by:Xavi Viñas
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by:Steven Wallace
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What mail clients are they using?
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by:Xavi Viñas
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They are using different versions

OS X versió 10.8.5
Mail versio 6.6

OS X versio 10.11.6 capitan
Outlook mac 14.5.8

OS X version 10.7.5
Mail version 5.3
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Tim Lapin earned 500 total points
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Of the ones you list, which are the ones that are having issues?  It should be noted that Exchange 2013 requires Outlook 2011 (which you have) or better on the MIcrosoft side.  I'm not sure that OS X 10.7.x Mail software meets the burden on the Apple side.

In short, your 10.7 machines might need to switch to Outlook 2011.  The same might be true for the 10.8.x users.

From the Exchange 2013 prerequisites page:
http://msexchangeguru.com/2012/10/22/exchange-2013-prerequisites/
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Supported client access methods

Outlook 2013, Outlook 2010, Outlook 2007
RPC over HTTP is only method of connectivity for Outlook clients
Entourage 2008 for Mac, Web Services Edition
Outlook for Mac 2011
Outlook clients earlier than Outlook 2007 are not supported.
Email clients on Mac operating systems that require DAV, such as Entourage 2008 for Mac RTM and Entourage 2004, are not supported.
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by:Xavi Viñas
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thanks tim

I suspected that it could be something like this, I'll try to update the customers.

Thanks.
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