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MultiTenancy and SSL and Outlook 2013

MultiTenancy and SSL and Outlook 2013

MultiTenancy and SSL and Outlook 2013


I have set up multitenacy on Exchange 2013 and installed an SSL certificate. Since doing all this I have noticed that the server details no longer have the name ie mail.domain.com in outlooks Account settings, but now have a long series of numbers and letters followed by the @domain.com as per my screenshot. Is this normal? If I remove this and put in the server name I get an error. Any ideas appreciated.

Many thanks,

RE: MultiTenancy and SSL and Outlook 2013

That is normal on Exchange 2013, even if you don't have a multi-tenant installation. This is true both on-premise and when you have a hosted Exchange 2013 mailbox like at Office365. Don't worry about it. Autodiscover should get you connected, so you shouldn't have to specify a server name normally.

Dave Shackelford

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