Client is running SBS 2011 (Exchange 2010)
This problem came about after the client did not want to be on Office 365. We moved them back to there old SBS server.
Setting up outlook profiles produced a prompt - "Information you exchange with this site cannot be viewed or changed by others. However there is a problem with the site's security certificate."
You could click yes to continue and the profile would be created and everything seemed to work well.
Yesterday, someone was going on vacation and wanted to set and Automatic Reply. They received an error that stated, "Your automatic reply settings cannot be displayed because the server is currently unavailable."
After some research I found a lot of people suggesting this was an SSL certificate issue. Since the clients certificate was about to expire in a few months I purchased a new one. I created a new CSR and installed the new certificate using the SBS Control Panel. All seemed to go well. Rebooted the server and the users computer but still no luck in setting an Automatic Reply.
The certificate I created is for remote.domain.ca.
On there external DNS I have created A records for mail.domain.ca and remote.domain.ca that point to the there public IP address. There is also an SRV entry for remote.domain.ca to mail.domain.ca.
If I open a browser both internal and external and go to https://remote.domain.ca/Autodiscover/Autodiscover.xml
I get an error code 600 which I understand to be good. If I do this with IE I am prompted for long in information.
If I run a Test E-mail Auto Configuration on the clients computer, ( with only Use Autodiscover checked) I get an error Autocofiguration was unable to determine your settings
. The log file shows - Local autodiscover for domain.ca failed (0x8001040f).
In Exchange Management Shell I can run get-autodiscovervirtualdirectory |fl
I see that the InternalUrl and ExternalUrl are blank. Not sure if this wrong or where they should point.
Any idea on how to fix autodiscover?