Help – Mac Outlook 2011 to an HTTP Exchange Server

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Can anyone help me on how to do my task?

I need to connect Mac Outlook 2011 to an HTTP Exchange server utilizing System Preferences and Network Proxy settings. At the same time I could browse to any website.

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Help – Mac Outlook 2011 to an HTTP Exchange Server

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Connecting Mac Outlook to an HTTP Exchange server:

This steps are for connecting Microsoft outlook to  your exchange server without using a virtual private network or other security hardware to connect behind your organizations firewall

Your exchange administrator must enable this features first before you can use it.

Step1: First go to the  tools menu.
Step2: Click on E-mail account.
Step3: Select view or change existing e-mail account, click on next.
Step4: Select the exchange e-mail account and then click change.
Step5: Click on more settings and then click on the connection tab.
Step6: Under exchange over the Internet select connect to my exchange mailbox using HTTP.
Step7: To specify a proxy server click on exchange proxy settings.
Step8: Type the URL  provided by your exchange administrator.

Step9: If your exchange administrator tells you to use a secure socket layer(SSL)connection then select the connect using SSL only check box.

Step10: If your exchange administrator instructs you to do so,select the only connect to proxy servers that have this principal name in their certificate check box and then type msstd: following by URL provided by the administrator.

Step11: Under proxy authentication settings click on basic authentication or NTLM authentication as instructed by your exchange administrator.

If you click Basic Authentication or NTLM Authentication and an LM Compatibility Level of less than 2, you will be prompted for a password each time a connection is made to Exchange. With Basic Authentication, the password is sent in clear text. For increased security, we recommend that you select the NTLM Authentication and Connect using SSL only options.

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