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reference forest -- Outlook autoconfigure - 4.Apr.2011 10:18:15 AM   
avery_larry

 

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Win 2008 r2, Exchange 2010 sp1 (plus rollup).  Outlook 2007 using Outlook Anywhere and Outlook 2010 local connection (but still reference domain).

I haven't been able to get Outlook 2007 using Outlook Anywhere to autoconfigure using the reference domain.  The primary issue appears to be that it will fill in user@domain.local  instead of  user@internetdomain.com even though we've manually filled in the "Email address" in Active Directory.  Because of the reference domain, Exchange isn't part of the user domain.

I haven't tried it yet in Outlook 2010 (that migration is happening next weekend).  Any insight on autoconfigure using a reference domain would be great.  Yes, I'm pretty sure autodiscover is working correctly (Out-of-office assistant works and it requires autodiscover).
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RE: reference forest -- Outlook autoconfigure - 13.Apr.2011 2:56:00 AM   
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What happens when user tries to connect to the Mailbox?
What about OWA?

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RE: reference forest -- Outlook autoconfigure - 13.Apr.2011 11:33:16 AM   
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Connecting to the mailbox is fine -- they get prompted for credentials and then it works.

OWA -- isn't really relevant but it works just like one would expect.

When running Outlook for the first time, it fills in the wrong information (user@domain instead of user@internetdomain). If you just change it to user@internetdomain, it will setup the profile properly.

It's a 2003 AD domain.

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