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TomM -> Autodiscover activesync srv record (7.Jul.2010 9:21:10 AM)

Hi All,

Does anyone know the correct syntax for the Autodiscover activesync srv record
IE

Service       Autodiscover
Protocol      TCP
Server         exchange.company.com
Port             ?? 443 ??
Pri               Don't Know what this means
Wei             Or this


Many Thanks in advance

Tom




jmadsen -> RE: Autodiscover activesync srv record (7.Jul.2010 10:05:37 PM)

priority and weight can be zero in this case

those options are for load balancing and failover purposes

Jens




TomM -> RE: Autodiscover activesync srv record (8.Jul.2010 5:17:43 AM)

Thankyou for your help, i get that now.

Do you have any guidance at all on how to create the autodiscover.xml document




jmadsen -> RE: Autodiscover activesync srv record (12.Jul.2010 11:58:21 AM)

no XML doc to create manually

configure the CAS part of your exchange server and that will create the config distributed by autodiscovery

Jens




TomM -> RE: Autodiscover activesync srv record (16.Jul.2010 6:24:44 AM)

Thanks for this.




e_aravind -> RE: Autodiscover activesync srv record (28.Jul.2010 3:52:30 PM)

Using Autodiscover locally
It is possible to configure the registry on your computer to look for a local XML file that defines the server settings. However, we strongly recommend that the settings be hosted on a live server instead so that they can be easily updated. For testing purposes, adding entries to the registry can force Outlook 2010 to use local XML files to configure an e-mail domain that is not configured on the server. The server overrides the local XML for better security and configuration control.

For example, to provide contoso.com e-mail address settings from a local XML file, you could configure the following registry value:

[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\14.0\Outlook\Autodiscover] "contoso.com"="%PROGRAMFILES%\Microsoft Office\Office14\contoso.xml"

In this example, the XML settings file is located here: %PROGRAMFILES%\Microsoft Office\Office14\contoso.xml. A sample XML settings file is provided later in this article.



http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc511507.aspx#AutodiscoverXMLSchema
Plan to automatically configure user accounts in Outlook 2010




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