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is there any way to change the response for autodiscover.xml?
Currently there is Exchange as first entry which i don't want to advertise.
Furthermore they are protocols advertised which are disabled (POP3, POP3S and IMAP)

In short is there any way to only advertise my preferred protocols Secure SMTP, IMAPS, CalDAV and CardDAV?

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Hi, I have the same question, somebody knows the solution?
Kerio/GFI Brian

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You cannot modify the XML file as it's generated dynamically based on the authenticated user and the type of request. CalDAV and CardDAV are not part of MS Autodiscover. They use a different form of automatic discovery that uses SRV records. If you want to force SSL, enable the 'require encrypted connection' option in the Security Policy.

Brian Carmichael
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