Updating schedule information retrieving busy information from the server

Posted by / 09-Dec-2017 20:17

Updating schedule information retrieving  busy information from the server

After some issues caused by unexpected server shutdown [building wide power outages], I am having all sorts of issues.

The free/busy information for other users is displayed as slash marks (/).

(The problem, I think, is that it SHOULD be looking for mydomain.lan, not mydomain.com). LAN Log messages follow: ----------------------- Autodiscover internet timeout against URL https://mydomain.com/autodiscover/Autodiscover to https://mydomain.com/autodiscover/Failed (0x800C8203) Autodiscover to https://autodiscover.mydomain.com/autodiscover/starting Autodiscover to https://autodiscover.mydomain.com/Failed (0x800C8203) Local autodiscover for starting Local autodiscover for Failed (0x8004010F) ----------------------- So, how do I get it to change and instead of trying to Autodiscover on to trying to Autodiscover on mydomain.lan?

Thank you, Jeff screen-cap-2I will suggest to stick with new domain. And in the process getting them up and running on the new Exchange 2010 server.

For example, using my Exchange account "Jeff" and another Exchange account called, "Exchange Admin", if I use OWA they both can see the others and all other accounts Free/Busy schedule under calendar.

But regardless of which account I use on any other PC using Outlook 2010, neither of those accounts can see any other accounts Free/Busy schedule.

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Using Exchange from other domain is too complex process and requires investment for other third party tool like MIIS from Microsoft. I have seen same scenario, where Exchange is another domain and AD is in another one. Yeah, what I am doing is transitioning ALL of my user from domain, OLD. I was just hoping to be able to do it as a two-phase process. LAN domain, and then come back and move the PC's over to the NEW.