RPC over HTTP(S) for Exchange 2003 – single server
I’m pleased to announce that I’m now able to access my exchange mailbox from anywhere in the world using RPC over HTTP(s). This was a lot easier to setup than I thought it would be, and following the steps provided by Daniel Petri helped a lot! I also utilized the RPCFrontend tool that he mentions in the link. This made things very easy and I got it working the first time I attempted the configuration.
What this means is that I can now access my mailbox on my Exchange server, from anywhere with the only requirement being an internet connection. I can just open Outlook, and go straight to my mailbox as if I were on my home network. I highly recommend this for anyone with Exchange servers, it makes remote connectivity so much easier and can be fully secured with SSL and other security options.
Posted on February 27, 2008, in Products I use, Professional/Tech, Software, Technology and tagged exchange, help, internet, liz, network, security, server, sing, time. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on RPC over HTTP(S) for Exchange 2003 – single server.