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Exchange 2007 and Coldfusion 9 - connection problem RRS feed

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  • Coldfusion 9

    Exchange 2007 (hosted at intermedia.net)

    We've been using the cfexchangecalendar tag for some time to post calendar events on behalf of our users.  It stopped working.  No events were being added and no error messages were reported.  There was some mention "around the net" that WebDav was no longer supported.  But it was verified that Intermedia was still supporting WebDav on their Exchange 2007 server.  They've been pretty good about helping debug this problem until it came to CF.  Adobe is just so-so about helping and also stop short of Exchange support.  The only thing I know to do is just keep asking the question until someone is curious enough to jump in and ask me the right questions.

    The following is the CF code I use;

    <cfexchangecalendar action="create"    
        username="exch016\user_name"  
        password="password"
    mailboxName="exch016\user_name"
        server="owa016.msoutlookonline.net/owa" 
    protocol="https"
    port="443"
        event="#sEvent#" 
        result="theUID">

    This code is supposed to insert a calendar event for "user_name".

    I get various error messages from 401, 440, and even a 501.  I also get some verbose messages (depending on how I set up debugging) stating the was an error connecting with HTTP/HTTPS or verify the server, user name, and password.

    I've tried http/port 80 and https/port 443.  The code was set to use http/80 when it was working, but Intermedia tells me that they only accept https/443.

    I can login using the browser and see all my users, etc.  I can use the cfhttp tag and get to the server and it returns a login page.

    I checked the certificates on my server and found a duplicate and deleted it. 

    I am willing to try anything to provide any information someone might need to make this problem more clear.

    What I don't need is a link to an Adobe/Coldfusion info page or generic Exchange info.  If you can't help, you can't help.

    Saturday, March 15, 2014 3:12 AM