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    What DNS server do they use?

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    Just to double check that your certificate assigned to your https in iis and all services in your exchange server (emc) is the same with a SAN (subject alternative name) for your autodiscover address?

    You can run a test on your exchange server config here: https://testconnectivity.microsoft.com/

    And you can run SSL config test here: https://www.ssllabs.com/ssltest/

    Hope this helps.

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    we configure their DNS records through our DNS provider, conexim.com.au.

    i ran the ssl test. for our domain, it passed fine which is expected and mail.ourdomain.com.au is what the client should be using. but then i tried testing ssl for mail.clientdomain.com.au and it failed stating: "certificate name mismatch. Try these other domain names (extracted from the certificates): autodiscover.ourdomain.com.au, mail.ourdomain.com.au, www.mailourdomain.com.au." and the IP that it connects to is for our domain. this to me is normal. it is stating that it has found that for the client domain, it is going to our exchange server. Except when we set this up through outlook anywhere, it somehow gets a different certificate.

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    Can you give me a test account for this?

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    Sukh,

    i have PM'd you.

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