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I have a problem so I explain my situation :

I have this Web Applications : ==> SharePoint web site, before the name was mycompany-srv-012, this name was use for the first time when I created the web site. But now this site is public, so we had configure this URL public site by default in AAM.

My Alternate Access Mapping look like this for :

Internal URL -------------------- Zone ---------- Public URL for Zone -- **Par défaut** ---- 

http://mycompany------------------- Intranet ------ http://mycompany ---- Internet ------ 

http://mycompany-srv-012 ---------- Personnalisée - http://mycompany-srv-012 (last default)

Before explain my problems, Note, I create a new AAM for https ( and I secure my SharePoint. I secure my SharePoint by creating a Rule with IIS (Internet information Services) by using URL Rewrite. With this tutorial:

So, I have strange problems :

1) http://mycompany-srv-012 & http://sharepoint redirect to HTTPS://mycompany-srv-012 & HTTPS://sharepoint BUT for example when I try to create a new item in a list, I have the message :

The list does not exist.

The selected page contains a list that does not exist. It may have been deleted by another user.

But I can see the list.. And I have no problems when I extract document or convert a document..

2) My second problem is with, I have no problems with list. But with Outlook, when I sync my calendar and task, the first time the calendar syncs, but after I have this message:

Task 'SharePoint' reported error (0x80070005): 'You do not have permission to view this SharePoint List (Develop - Calendar). Contact the SharePoint site administrator. HTTP 303.'

This is the main problem of my SharePoint.

So, I don't know if I have a problem with my AAMs or with my redirection.

So if anyone can help me :)

Any advice would be greatly appreciated! Thanks in advance

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