RPC Over HTTPS Article

Amit Zinman, an author over at MSExchange.org has just published an article on RPC over HTTPS.

Summary: Exchange 2003 allows Outlook to connect using HTTPS and still receive all of the messaging features. This has been a much requested feature since regular RPC/MAPI was sometimes very slow or just timed out on WAN connections. In this article we'll see how one goes about setting this up.

Check out the full article here.

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Posted by: mounir at Nov 3, 2003 2:38:44 AM

Is there areason why a computer that belong to a domain can access rpc over https , and a computer that is not part of the domain cant ?

Posted by: zalis at Jan 8, 2004 10:26:49 AM

Hi Zalis,

I haven't tried RPC over HTTPS using a client which isn't a domain member, however it is my understanding that it 'should' work. Were you able to configure the profile locally ok?

Good luck,


Posted by: Chris Meirick at Jan 9, 2004 10:00:34 AM

RPC over HTTPS works if you are not part of the domain. I am using RPC over HTTPS successfully with multiple Exchange servers in different domains.

Posted by: Rastix at Mar 30, 2004 7:02:13 AM