Are you trying to run two different web sites over SSL on a single IP address? You can not use host headers with SSL.
<a href=”http://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/profile/TomWahl”>TomWahl </a> | Mar 7 2008 3:57PM GMT
OK. So if I undertand your problem, you cannot connect Outlook via HTTP over the Internet. To make that work, you have to have access to TCP port 135 at the time you create the Outlook profile. Take the following steps:
1. Make sure that you can access OWA from a web-browser from both the Internet and inside your network.
2. Make sure that the SSL certificate of the server is trusted by your client. If you get a certificate warning from a web-browser, then it is not trusted. I would suggest that you use a cert from a known CA, rather than an internally generated cert.
3. Connect the computer in question to the inside network directly or over a VPN connection and configure the Outlook profile to connect via HTTPS using basic authentication.
Alternatively, you can set up static port mappings in Exchange and Outlook described