Outlook Anywhere is an Exchange feature (formerly known as RPC over HTTP) that lets Outlook clients connect to their Exchange servers from outside the corporate network or over the Internet using the RPC over HTTP Windows networking component.

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Clarifying terminology: MAPI vs RPC/HTTPS vs Outlook Anywhere

Will someone correct or verify my understanding of the following terms: MAPI (sometimes referred to as TCP) The on-the-wire RPC protocol format that Outlook uses with Exchange server. The client ...
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Exchange 2010 Outlook Anywhere (RPC over HTTP) not working (The EXCH provider section is missing from the Autodiscover response.)

A bit of backstory... network exploded, rebuilt. This AD has survived people not knowing what they are doing, Exchange 2007 (installed and removed a few times), Exchange 2010 (current in use and ...
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Attempting to ping RPC endpoint 6001/6004 (Exchange Information Store) on server on Exchange2010

I have Exchange 2010 in hosting setup like: TMG 2010 as load balancer Exchange 2010 x 2 (CAS,MAILBOX,HUB on each server) AD1, AD2 machines File witness All people currently connect thru OWA or ...
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Outlook Anywhere on Exchange '03 does not work on Outlook '03 and '10, but works on Outlook '07?

To start, we have a non-best-practices Exchange setup. Rather than a front-end RPC proxy server and a back-end mailbox server, we have a single server that is a DC/GC/Exchange. Setting up ...