Autodiscover HTTP Redirect Method using ISA instead of a second web site

Many customers that are hosting multiple SMTP domains need to use one of our Autodiscover “redirect” methods to deploy autodiscover instead of the pre-defined URL approach.  When customers choose a “redirect” method they have two options.  Below is a chart with both options and some Pro’s and Con’s of each. Method Pros Cons HTTP Redirect…

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New Updates to Autodiscover Whitepaper available

Just wanted to let folks know that a new update to the Autodiscover Whitepaper is now available.  This now contains tons more information regarding certificates, web service URL’s, best practices, etc.  You can find the whitepaper here:http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb332063.aspx You can find the Exchange team blog announcment here:http://msexchangeteam.com/archive/2007/10/03/447176.aspx The only thing it doesn’t really cover right now is load-balancing,…

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AutodiscoverSiteScope and Client-only sites

The Exchange Autodiscover service is very smart when it hands out URLs for web services to clients.  It will always hand out URLs that are in the same Active Directory site as the user’s mailbox server.  Unfortunately, when it comes to Outlook locating Autodiscover originally, the client just isn’t that smart.  The way a domain-joined client can…

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CAS Load-Balancing Best Practices (Part 1)

There just isn’t much in the way of How-to / Best Practices type of information regarding load Balancing Client Access Servers in Exchange 2007.  Soon we should be releasing additional Technet content relating to the deployment of Autodiscover and Web Services in the form of an Autodiscover White Paper, but this content doesn’t include any…

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