When using HTTPS to connect to an Exchange system the validation fails with: "Unable to establish trust".
The SSL certificate used by the Exchange server needs to part of a fully trusted certificate chain. This means the certificate needs to be issued by a generally trusted certificate authority (CA). Self signed certificates or a certificate signed by a local CA won't be trusted unless the "Issued By" and "Subject" attributes of the certificate match.
Replace the SSL certificate with a certificate issued by a trusted CA or use HTTP as this doesn't require certificates in order to operate.
If using a Self Signed Certificate make sure the "Issued By" and "Subject" attributes of the certificate match and this needs to be the same name you use to access your Exchange Server.
For example if you access your Exchange server using https://mail.domain.com then the "Issued By" and "Subject" attributes of your self signed certificate would need to be mail.domain.com
If you are using an internal CA, it is not possible to install your CA Root certificate in ODME
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