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Need AutoDiscover SRV record confirmation

Hi Guys,

I just need confirmation that my SRV record for Exchange AutoDiscover is correct?

--- see attachment for ISP recommended format

My SRV record:  

_autodiscover._tcp      300     IN      SRV 10 10 443 autodiscover.domain.com.
Rupert Eghardt
Rupert Eghardt
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MAS (MVE)Technical Department HeadCommented:
Hi Rupert Eghardt,
It seems correct.  
But if you have autodiscover.domain.com in your certificate just create and A record(internal DNS and external DNS) pointing to your server would be enough.
Please check Steps 3.1 and 3.2 in my article.  Explained about the certificate requirements as well.
Below is a sample I did before.
After doing that please make sure it is correct by running the below commands on command prompt.
set q=srv

Rupert EghardtProgrammerAuthor Commented:
Thanks Mas,

I have an A record AutoDiscover.domain.com going to my server.

When I run these commands externally, I get return:
priority = 10
weight = 10
port = 443
srv hostname = autodiscover.mydomain.com

Which seems correct.  However my mobile devices are unable to AutoDiscover mail settings upon adding new accounts?
Rupert EghardtProgrammerAuthor Commented:
Thanks Mas,

I went through your 2016 article and all is 100%

I just tried externally to setup an account in Outlook,
All seems to work, but Outlook keeps telling me that the password is incorrect, although the password is definitely correct.
MAS (MVE)Technical Department HeadCommented:
@Rupert Eghardt
Seems like autodiscover issue is solved.
I appreciate if you close this and start a new question I will be more than happy to assist you.
Start a new question and post this as reference.

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