Anyone have a solution to allow RPC over http with 7.0 and outlook 2007. It just never will accept my Domain password. It just never hits as my account never gets locked out. For me this is the one missing item to outlook/exchange support.
it works just fine for me. when i set up outlook, i vpn'ed in to my work and put the name of our exchange server in for the server. then i went into the account options and set up rpc over https. i made sure to check the boxes so that it uses rpc of https for both fast and slow links. after the initial account set up, rpc over http worked just fine. i do remember trying to put in our owa address for the server on initial set up and having it not work for some reason. maybe that is what you are doing?
Hello, I've been posting request on every valid forum thread, so I apologize if you've already sent in a ticket.
a new request for those of you who are still experiencing these connectivity issues:
PLEASE FILE A SUPPORT TICKET through the info queue in our support center, and reference the name of this forum thread ("Outlook 2003 or Outlook 2007 with RPC over HTTP"). From there we will ask you to upload specific log files and give us more detailed information about your operating environments, etc. We've got an update to the CX7 release coming out soon, and we REALLY WANT TO HAVE A FIX for this issue included. This, of course, depends on detailed information from customers who are having the issues, as we are unable to reproduce this connectivity problem at our office (where we use Outlook 2007 and exchange 2003).
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