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Old July 11th 08, 05:30 PM posted to microsoft.public.outlook.installation
TylerT
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Default Outlook "Check Name" Resloves Wrong Domain

We recently switched to Outlook 2007, and when connecting to our Exchange
server when a user enters their info i.e. server: mail.somedomain.com and
user: "UserName" and hits "Check Name" the server then resloves to the
"somdomain.com.local". The problem being is now we get a certificate error
because the certificate is for mail.somedomain.com. There there any way to
fix this?
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Old July 11th 08, 07:53 PM posted to microsoft.public.outlook.installation
Hal Hostetler [MVP P/I]
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Default Outlook "Check Name" Resloves Wrong Domain

That would probably be an Active Directory/Exchange Server System Manager
issue; you might try posting this in one of the Exchange Server forums.

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We recently switched to Outlook 2007, and when connecting to our Exchange
server when a user enters their info i.e. server: mail.somedomain.com and
user: "UserName" and hits "Check Name" the server then resloves to the
"somdomain.com.local". The problem being is now we get a certificate error
because the certificate is for mail.somedomain.com. There there any way to
fix this?



 




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