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In this scenario, when changing the external and internal URL's from the ECP; you must restart the IIS worker process for ECP or the Virtual Directory you are changing otherwise the change will not take effect. Or just do an iisreset from PS
The problem was in the policyd (cluebringer)... it was not seen from the log for the first look, that reject was not from postfix restriction but from the policyd. Background I had in cluebringers group internal_domains only my primary domain (after install) and all new domains wasn't there... To solve the problem I decided to empty the internal_domains ...
You'll export the OST file into a PST and import it into the new Outlook profile. As for the user profile itself...and possibly the Outlook profile/OST, but I wouldn't trust associating an OST file with a new user...you can use Profwiz by ForensiT...just google it. That's my recommendation if you want to keep the profile.
Mutually enforced TLS, also known as Domain Security, is supported in Exchange 2007 and newer. Proper configuration of this feature is common vendor audit requirement in the financial industry: large financial institutions require their vendors and business partners to enforce TLS according to the e-mail domain names of partner institutions. This feature ...
TL;DR You can't do what you're asking. The only thing you can reliably verify with any real value from a security standpoint is encryption of the message itself (S/MIME, PGP, or similar). The Long Version From your comment TLS secured on transport on the open internet is sufficient for the business (and many large peer businesses) This sounds like ...
Assuming that you're using Outlook Anywhere (RPC over HTTPS) that sounds right to me. external.mydomain.com is the RPC proxy server that then connects you to the CAS server. Both can be one and the same. external.mydomain.com is the "external" name and machine.test.internaldomain.local is the "internal" name. Here are some screenshots of my Outlook settings. ...
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