Have a SBS 2011 , with Exchange 2010.
Setting up new pc's with Office 2016 that only support autodiscover set-up.
Have a certificate mail.domainname.com.
Made a DNS cname record ; autodiscover.domainname.co
m -> mail.domainname.com
Autodiscover setup i Outlook now works but gives waring on every startup (of Outlook).
Stating that there is a missmatch between the certificate (mail.domainname.com) and the server it connects to (autodiscover.domainname.c
om) Which I understand. There is a missmatch..
So, was hoping to get around this without buying a new multi-sub-domain certificate.
Found a workaround:
4. Click the Edit menu, point to New, and then click String Value.
5. Type the name of the HTTPS server to which AutoDiscover can be connect without warning for the user, and then press ENTER. For example, to allow a connection to https://contoso.com
, the first String Value (REG_SZ) name would be as follows:
here I added autodiscover.domainname.co
m (and mail.domainname.com + domainname.com, when it didn't work) without any luck.
Outlook works (send and recive mail) even if I let the warning stay open, but would like to get rid of it.
- Only 3 pc's connected to domain.