Autodiscover certificate error
Hi All, looking for some help with Autodiscover and hopefully this will be a quick resolution as i think it will be a DNS configuration but my DNS knowledge is limited..
Im working with a client whose email is being hosted by on our mail server. they are using outlook 2010/2013 and everytime they open outlook, they get a certification error. It seems that autodiscover functionality is looking for 'autodiscover.domain1.com.au' (Domain1 = client domain), and their mail server is 'mail.domain2.com.au' (domain2 = Email server domain). They are on a completely separate AD forest without any kind of trust in place, so are connecting over http i guess. in their exchange proxy settings the "use this URL to connect to my proxy server for exchange" is populated with the server within domain2 and has the mx record for the server entered in there.
in its current state:
the server is resolved using the fqdn of the mail server
connecting to the mail server over http (from what i can grasp)
when testing in the client domain, i cant seem to create a new outlook profile replicating other outlook profile settings as i cant authenicate against the administrator account for example.
i have read up on autodiscover but cant seem to find anything that is specific to my scenario. i have created a service locator record to point at autodiscover.domain2.com.au. still no joy....
Certificate Error attached.