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I'm currently employed as a Network administrator, I also do .NET and Java software development.


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comment Exchange 2010 Split-Brain DNS with an SSL for External DNS name
Well just editing the Client access URL from the EMC didn't do it. Outlook didn't function after that. I found this page asifgohar.blogspot.com/2013/07/… all the internal URLs are set to exchange2010.local.example.com My next test will be to change them all.
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comment Exchange 2010 Split-Brain DNS with an SSL for External DNS name
Oops you are correct, I used a CNAME not an A record. I didn't think it would make a difference. And yes the idea about Client Access sounds right I'm going to try that in about an hour. All the setting in Server Configuration > Client Access show "Internal URL:" as [exchange2010.local.example.com] I'm going to change them all to [mail.example.com].
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comment Exchange 2010 Split-Brain DNS with an SSL for External DNS name
I found this on Google. launch Outlook 2010, hold Ctrl key and right-click the Outlook system tray icon. You will see two new options in the context menu, i.e; Connection Status and Test E-mail Auto Configuration.
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comment Exchange 2010 Split-Brain DNS with an SSL for External DNS name
I think the problem could be Autodiscover, I don;t use power shell that much so it a bit of a learning curve.
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comment Exchange 2010 Split-Brain DNS with an SSL for External DNS name
Odd I made the change to outlook and it connected, but then reset the changes back to what they stated at. Then it still had a "Security Alert" message. Maybe this is a different problem, it like I can't change the outlook settings.
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comment Exchange 2010 Split-Brain DNS with an SSL for External DNS name
I tried that, but when I pointed the outlook client at mail.example.com it changed it back to exchange2010.local.example.com after it connected.
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