Chapter 7. Exchange Autodiscover

Being an Exchange administrator is rewarding and, at times, frustrating. One of the most common sources of frustration we've encountered is managing the interactions between our Exchange servers and the Outlook desktop client. In a large organization, two separate groups maintain these pieces of the common puzzle. In smaller organizations, though, the same people can handle both the server and the client. It's in organizations like these that you learn the truth of the fact that Exchange and Outlook were developed by two separate product groups.

Many Outlook client issues are the result of mismatches between the Outlook profile settings and the actual server configurations. In Exchange 2007, Microsoft introduced ...

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