Saturday, October 6, 2007


Everyone knows if RCP/HTTP won't work it is going to be a challenge to make it work. Here is one of the best document we were able to use to address most of our issues, Bill Boswell. In my opinion he is one if the best when it comes to Exchange. Click Below ling to get to PDF.

Using RPC over HTTP with Exchange Server 2003 SP1

Using real certificate will save you many troubles. If you cannot efforts the real certificate at least to see how it works, get SSL diagnostic from clicking on this link. If you want free certificate go to yes it is free. If you have some budged go to

Use RPC ping, to make sure it works fine, if you cannot make RPC Ping work don't worry for going forward, you want to make sure it work, follow the Bill Boswell PDF to get to bottom the problem

  • VSOWA1= OWA/RPC Server
  • Administrator: (Administrator account mail enabled)
  • SMTP25= SMTP Domain Name
  • ( FQDN RPC Proxy Server)

rpcping -t ncacn_http -s -o RpcProxy= -P "oozugurlu,smtp25,*" -I "oozugurlu,smtp25,*" -H 1 -u 10 -a connect -F 3 -v 3 -E -R none

Open your outlook with RPCdiag switch, to ensure the connectivity

Click, start, run , Outlook /rpcdiag

Warm Regards

Oz ozugurlu


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