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    Can Exchange 2007 OWA and Exchange folders be set to use both Form based authentication and basic authentication?

    The reason for my questions is we are trying to publish our 2007 webmail with ISA2006 and it appears that ISA2006 only supports basic auth, which is fine, however internal users do not get the nice form based login which we want them to keep.

    So is there a way I can do both?

    Thanks

    Dave

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    Re: Form-Based and Basic Auth together

    are you sure you can't configure the listener to use forms-based authentication ?
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    • #3
      Re: Form-Based and Basic Auth together

      You will need to use two different web sites.
      You cannot have fba enabled on the server and use ISA server.

      Another option would be to point the users at the ISA server for OWA access, not the internal URL.

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      • #4
        Re: Form-Based and Basic Auth together

        Originally posted by Sembee View Post
        You will need to use two different web sites.
        You cannot have fba enabled on the server and use ISA server.

        Another option would be to point the users at the ISA server for OWA access, not the internal URL.

        Simon.
        Simon,

        I thought I might have to create a seperate website, but some questions

        1) Is it best to have both BA and FBA websites on the same CAS server? or put the BA version on the mailbox server?

        2) Do you have any good instructions for creating a second OWA website?

        3) We have it set intnerally so if you go to https://mail2/exchange you will be either forwarded to /OWA if you are on EX2007 or /Exchange if you are on EX2000, however via ISA this ends up in to many redirects.

        Thanks for any help and suggestions

        Dave

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