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Outlook anywhere {Help me} - 20.Nov.2011 4:34:10 PM   
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Dear All;

if possible i need to know everything that i need to get outlook anywhere working because i'm tired trying
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RE: Outlook anywhere {Help me} - 20.Nov.2011 4:43:20 PM   
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It's almost ready right out of the box. You need to look at: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb123542.aspx just to get it enabled but so long as you have your CAS remotely accurate then you're in good shape.
What is it you have been trying so far?

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RE: Outlook anywhere {Help me} - 20.Nov.2011 6:03:35 PM   
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i know how i enable outlook anywhere but all i need to know the certificate how do i configure it and do i need to export it to install it on the client machine or what "managing the certificate that is all i need to learn"
note i want to create it by my self i'm not gonna buy a valid certificate from a public CA >>
what about the default exchange certificate does it adequate for outlook anywhere or i must create one by such a windows server certificate authority services.


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RE: Outlook anywhere {Help me} - 20.Nov.2011 6:13:56 PM   
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You're adamant you are not going to buy a 3rd party (commercial) certificate?
Well. Go to OWA on the box and you'll probably get a prompt. Click on the cert in the browser and then save it to a file. Run MMC and open the certs snap-in against the local machine. Import the cert into the trusted root. Done for that PC.

Of course, you still will have problems outside the LAN because the cert you just imported is only for the short name, not the FQDN.

I would urge you to spend the small amount of money and get a commercial cert.

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RE: Outlook anywhere {Help me} - 20.Nov.2011 6:29:21 PM   
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so outlook anywhere would not working unless i buy a commercial certificate, Am i right?


thank you so much for you support

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RE: Outlook anywhere {Help me} - 20.Nov.2011 6:46:54 PM   
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Didn't say that at all.
OA will throw you a certificate error. If you have users who get worried by error pop-ups you're going to have a lot of calls.
If saving the $100 or so more important than getting a error-free connection to OA?

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