Sean Feeney
Architect of the digital age

Connecting to Exchange Without VPN

1 August 2008

These instructions are for Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, but might be applicable elsewhere.

  1. Install the Rose-Hulman root certificate (.cer): 1. Double click the .cer file
    Choose ‘Install certificate’ which will start the certificate import wizard.
    On the ‘Certificate Store page,’ do not choose the default ‘Automatically select the certificate store,’ instead choose ‘Place all certificates in the following store.’ Hit ‘Browse’ and then select ‘Trusted Root Certification Authorities.’
    Then ‘OK,’ ‘Next,’ ‘Finish,’ and ‘Yes.’
  2. Open Outlook
  3. Click Tools->Account Settings
  4. Select the account with type “Exchange” and click Change
  5. Click More Settings
  6. Select the Connection tab
  7. Check the box to “Connect to Microsoft Exchange using HTTP”
  8. Click Exchange Proxy Settings
  9. Configure the Exchange Proxy Settings to match the picture above.
  10. Click OK/Next to close all dialog boxes
  11. Restart Outlook and login with and password combination.

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