OK, so you configured Outlook Anywhere, you installed a proper certificate, but now you need to allow the connection from the internet to your Exchange server so clients can use the service. I this guide I will show how to allow that connection using TMG 2010. For this lab I have an Exchange 2010 ...
Nov 20, 2012 · Update 11/28/12: we wanted to let you know that the Forefront Unified Access Gateway (UAG) Product Team team has published a blog post around availability of UAG 2010 SP3 which will include support for publishing Exchange 2013.
hey, in exchange 2010 we create CAS Arry and in that array we add CAS servers of the Site so that user connect to that array for RPC/outlook and then we configure out mailbox databases to use that array for high avilibility.
Sometimes you need to give e-mail access to some external clients that are not part of the domain. Well…you can trough POP3 or IMAP, because Exchange 2010 supports those protocols; but using them, the user will not benefit from all the Exchange features. Outlook Anywhere, previously known as RPC ...
I really wanted to figure out the difference between Basic and NTLM authentication (also known as Integrated Windows authentication) when enabling Outlook Anywhere.Here is what I’ve found searching around.
Outlook connects to Exchange 2013 using HTTPS (Outlook Anywhere) even internally. For Exchange 2013 to be able to proxy connections to Exchange 2007/2010 servers (when that is necessary) it makes an Outlook Anywhere connection to the 2010 CAS.
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