Autodiscover flow in an Office 365 environment | Part 3#3 | Part 31#36 4.67/5 (6)

Post Views: 6,529 The current article is the continuation of the previous article, in which we review the Autodiscover flow that implemented in an Office 365 based environment, by using the Microsoft web-based tool, the Microsoft Remote Connectivity Analyzer (ExRCA). Autodiscover flow in an Office 365 environment | The article series The current article is…

Autodiscover flow in an Exchange on-Premises environment | non-Active Directory environment| Part 3#3 | Part 28#36 5/5 (2)

Post Views: 4,900 The current article is the continuation of the previous article, in which we review the Autodiscover flow that implemented in Autodiscover flow in a non-Active Directory environment. In this article, we will inspect the Autodiscover flow by using the Microsoft web-based tool, the Microsoft Remote Connectivity Analyzer (ExRCA). Autodiscover flow in non-Active…

Autodiscover flow in an Office 365 environment | Part 1#3 | Part 29#36 5/5 (7)

Post Views: 20,048 The Autodiscover flow in an Office 365 based environment can be considered as a fascinating process because the way that Autodiscover client locates their Autodiscover Endpoint, includes many twists and turns. Autodiscover flow in an Office 365 environment | The article series The current article is the first article on a series…

Autodiscover flow in an Exchange on-Premises environment | non-Active Directory environment| Part 2#3 | Part 27#36 5/5 (1)

Post Views: 6,364 The current article, we review the Autodiscover algorithm that Autodiscover client uses in a “non-Active Directory environment.” The Autodiscover Toolbox offers a verity of methods which the Autodiscover client can use when he tries to locate his Autodiscover Endpoint. Autodiscover flow in non-Active Directory environment| Article Series The Autodiscover flow in non-Active…

Autodiscover flow in an Exchange on-Premises environment | non-Active Directory environment| Part 1#3 | Part 26#36 5/5 (1)

Post Views: 6,266 Autodiscover client uses a different Autodiscover method for locating the Autodiscover Endpoint in an On-Premise Active Directory based environment versus a non-Active Directory environment. The Autodiscover client verifies if he is located in an Active Directory environment or not. If he decides that he located in a non-Active Directory environment, the Autodiscover…

Exchange clients and their Public facing Exchange server | Part 13#36 No ratings yet.

Post Views: 5,269 The current article will be dedicated to the subject of Exchange clients that access Exchange services from a public network. The focus is on the “public Exchange clients” because, the characters of the communication channel between the Exchange server and his Exchange client in a public environment, have a different character from…

Exchange Web services | Manage the Internal and external URL address | Part 10#36 5/5 (3)

Post Views: 15,709 The current article should provide us a small glimpse to the subject of managing the internal and the external Exchange URL address of the different services. We will review a couple of examples to the interfaces the available to us for managing the variety of Exchange services – the graphical interface and…

The content of the Autodiscover server response | Part 11#36 5/5 (1)

Post Views: 8,054 In the current article, we will review the subject of the Autodiscover response content. The term – “Autodiscover response” relates to the Autodiscover information that the Exchange CAS server provides to his Autodiscover client.In this article, we will refer to the Exchange Server Autodiscover response content from the perspective of the three…

The basics of Domain name, FQDN and URL address | Exchange infrastructure |Part 09#36 5/5 (4)

Post Views: 13,248 The communication channel that between Exchange client and Exchange server is based on a simple concept, in which Exchange client address the Exchange server by using the Exchange host name or, if we want to be more accurate – the Exchange server FQDN. The variety of the services that are offered by…

Exchange CAS server as information + Web service provider | Part 07#36 5/5 (1)

Post Views: 3,566 The current article focused on the two primary responsibilities of the Exchange CAS server: Exchange CAS server as an information provider (Autodiscover information). Exchange CAS server as Exchange web service provider. The current article is the continuation of the previous article –xx. In the former article, we have reviewed the Exchange CAS…

Exchange CAS server | Providing Exchange clients access to their mailbox | Part 06#36 5/5 (2)

Post Views: 5,990 In this article, I would like to review the secret romance of Exchange mail clients and “his” Exchange CAS server. Exchange clients have very unusual and exciting relationships with their Exchange CAS server and, the Autodiscover infrastructure is the glow that unified these two lovers. Continue with our romantic metaphor; the truth…

The Autodiscover algorithm for locating the “source of information” | Part 05#36 5/5 (3)

Post Views: 3,936 The Autodiscover algorithm that is used by the Autodiscover client for locating his “source of information” (the Exchange CAS server), is based on a very sophisticated algorithm, that was designed to overcome and bypass many types of “obstacles’” and operate in different networking environments. In the current article, we will review the…