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  • OWA Nightmare

    I have an exchange 2007 server that I am testing on the 32 bit version. My issue is with owa. I have opened the firewall for 443 to the inside address. I have also setup the external address for owa
    I have two domains firstly an internal domain and a domain for mail (External Email)
    Internally owa works ok with https://server/owa and also https://server
    I have paid for and installed a certificate and all ok.
    I donít get when a user remotely types in this will hit the external interface of the internet and then route to the internal address of the exchange sever. How does the server know what to do with this then? Should there be some dns records be setup for this?
    Any help appreciated as this is driving me nuts.

    All records at the isp are ok and port forwarding enabled and working ok on the inside ?

    Dns now setup with forward lookup zone and a record for internal address of server !!

  • #2
    Re: OWA Nightmare

    let me know if you get in by adding /owa to the end of your URL

    so it would be
    Stacey Smith
    Sr. Systems Engineer

    The rule is perfect: in all matters of opinion our adversaries are insane --Samuel Clemens


    • #3
      Re: OWA Nightmare

      no nothing on the outside but fine on the inside using I really don't get this it is weird. I know for a fact that the isp is setup fine and the forward on the router for https to the internal address. I am just wondering if this has something to do with the default connector in any way. Any other ideas really appreciated as this is sending me nuts slowly.
      Last edited by markiejd; 8th October 2008, 22:09.


      • #4
        Re: OWA Nightmare

        Sorted turned out to be the router after al. swapped and now working !!