Exchange 2016 oab not updating outlook 2016
Now, if you execute the command to identify the OAB Generation server, it will indicate the new Exchange Server only.
Trying to get Outlook Anywhere (Exchange 2016) working for a client.
When I look at the localhost\ecp I will need to look at their firewall.
Their "IT" guy set that up, which is why they are having me fix it...
If I run get-Outlookanywhere I get the following External Host Name : Mail.Internal Host Name : Mail.External Clients Require SSL : True (let me know if there is another field I should be looking at) The SSL key (purchased from Go Daddy, not self-signed) has mail.; domain.com; autodiscover.as well as few others.
When trying to connect with Outlook 2013(16) I get the following. The connection the Microsoft Exchange is unavailable.
When you have Cached Exchange Mode enabled, Outlook by will by default cache the main Global Address List as well.
At this point, I wanted to verify the cmdlets were still present and available on the system (trying to rule out an odd corruption issue) so I opened Power Shell and manually loaded the Exchange module (bypassing RBAC) by running the following command: The New-Mail Contact cmdlet was available and working.
For this purpose, we will have to move the Organization mailbox to the new server’s mailbox database.
This can be achieved using the shell command : where, MDB01 is the name of the mailbox database that holds the Organization mailbox initially, and MDB02 the mailbox database to which the Organization mailbox is moved.
Therefore, I knew it was an issue with RBAC via Remote Power Shell (as locally loading the Exchange modules bypasses RBAC).
I ran the below command (Get-Management Role Entry) to view which management roles were associated with the New-Mail Contact cmdlet: From the output I could see that the “Mail Recipient Creation” role contains this cmdlet (Management Role Entry is synonymous with cmdlet within the RBAC framework).
With Exchange Server 2013 in order to manage your Exchange environment, you will have to make use of Exchange Admin Center.