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For more information on how to conf igure the Autodiscover service for Internet access, consult the following link: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa995928.aspx.
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Autodiscover is supported for Windows Mobile 5.0 devices that have the Messaging and Security Feature Pack. Autodiscover is also supported for all devices that use Windows Mobile 6.0 and later. Autodiscover will be able to successfully provision a device only if the device s owner is subject to a mobile device policy. The device can then be provisioned by supplying the owner s user name and password.
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To learn more about conf iguring Autodiscover for Windows mobile devices, consult the following TechNet link: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa996339.aspx.
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Although the closest server should be automatically contacted, sometimes it is necessary to configure the Autodiscover service to use site affinity. Site affinity defines a preferred Active Directory site that a client connects to for a particular Autodiscover service. To configure site affinity for the Autodiscover service, run the following command:
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Set-ClientAccessServer -Identity "ServerName" -AutodiscoverServiceInternalURI "https:// internalsitename/autodiscover/autodiscover.xml" AutodiscoverSiteScope "SiteName"
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Configuring the Availability Service
The Availability service works with the Autodiscover feature to allow Outlook 2007 clients to stay completely up to date with free/busy information. The Availability service works only with Outlook 2007, and other clients will need to perform a manual update to get the latest free/busy data. The Availability service is also a part of the Exchange 2007 API and is likely to be used by third-party developers to further Outlook and Exchange functionality. The Availability service is dependent on the Autodiscover service and cannot be configured to work separately. If a user is having problems with the Availability or Autodiscover service, it is possible to perform diagnostics of these services on a per-user, per-Client Access server, and per-Active Directory site basis by using the Exchange Management Shell s Test-OutlookWebServices cmdlet. Use these tools in the event that a user or group of users is not receiving free/busy updates in Outlook 2007. In the event that a single user is having troubles with the availability service, you can log on using an account that has the Exchange Server Administrator role and local administrator privileges on the Client Access server and issue the following Exchange Management Service command:
Test-OutlookWebServices Identity: username@domain.name
If the problem appears to affect more than one user, you should search the event logs on the Client Access server for events containing the event source MSExchange Availability. It is also possible to tease more information about a specific Client Access server out using the following Exchange Management Shell command:
Test-OutlookWebServices ClientAccessServer ClientAccessServerName
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Finally, should you need to resolve Availability service issues when there are multiple Client Access servers within a site, you should use the following Exchange Management Shell command:
Test-OutlookWebServices -Identity User1@Site1.Contoso.com -TargetAddress User2@Site2.tailspintoys.com
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For more information about deploying the Autodiscover service within your environment and how to resolve issues such as colocating Autodiscover on a server that is also used as a Web server, consult the following link: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa997633.aspx.
Configuring and Managing IMAP4 and POP3
IMAP4 and POP3 are the most commonly used mail access protocols. POP3 is the most basic, allowing mail to be retrieved from the server. It is possible to keep messages on the server after they are retrieved, though client settings need to be managed to ensure that the space consumed by stored messages does not grow to the point where a user s mailbox becomes full. Most POP3 clients, such as Outlook Express or Windows Mail, allow for the deletion of messages through POP3 after a certain amount of time has elapsed. POP3 uses TCP and User Datagram Protocol (UDP) on port 110. If used in conjunction with SSL, POP3 uses TCP and UDP protocols on port 995. SSL connections will use the existing Client Access server SSL certificate, the configuration of which was discussed in 2. IMAP4 differs from POP3 in that it allows continuous connection to a mailbox on the incoming mail server. IMAP4 also allows multiple e-mail clients to be connected to the same mailbox simultaneously. IMAP4 clients can create mail folders on the incoming mail server and move messages between these mail folders. By default, IMAP4 uses port 143 for normal traffic and port 993 for IMAP4 over SSL. By default, the IMAP4 and POP3 services are not enabled on Client Access servers. These services need to be enabled by an administrator by opening the services console on the Client Access server and setting the service start-up type to Automatic. You configured the start-up type of the POP3 and IMAP4 services in Practice 2 of Lesson 2 in 2. In addition to the service start-up type, you can configure the service recover options, as shown in Figure 7-14. These options allow you to have the service automatically restart or run a program in the event that the service
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