Outlook Anywhere allows you to connect to Exchange even from outside of the corporate network via so-called “Microsoft Exchange Proxy Settings”.
Here you’ll find two options regarding fast and slow networks namely:
- On fast networks, connect using HTTP first, then connect using TCP/IP
- On slow networks, connect using HTTP first, then connect using TCP/IP
On occasion, questions are being raised about what exactly is considered slow or fast and whether or not this threshold can be configured.
While the direct answer is “yes, it can be configured”, the reality is that it might not actually really matter anyway for most configurations. Let’s take a closer look why that is.
Continue reading: Outlook Anywhere: Fast vs. Slow network connection over HTTP or TCP/IP