Update FAQ on EWS endpoint not available error

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<p>
<strong>EWS endpoint not available</strong>
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<p>Unfortunately, this probably means your Exchange administrators blocked EWS access.</p>
<p>Unfortunately, this may mean your Exchange administrators blocked EWS access.</p>
<p>To check this, try to connect to
<code>https://<i>mail.company.com</i>/ews/exchange.asmx
</code>
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you should get the EWS wsdl definition. If you don't, please contact the Exchange administrators
to let them fix the broken Exchange server setup.
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<p>Another way to get EWS endpoint is to use Microsoft provided test page at:</p>
<code>https://testconnectivity.microsoft.com</code>
<p>Choose Outlook discover section, on test success expand details until you find
POST response with EwsUrl value (internal and external).</p>
<p>Once you have this url, set it as OWA address in DavMail and force EWS mode</p>
<p>Note: Microsoft Outlook 2011 on OSX and native OSX applications also rely on EWS to connect to
Exchange. Mobile devices (Android phones, iPhones, Windows mobile) use ActiveSync on a different
endpoint.