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  • How to get the Outlook web access working in Exchange 2010

    Hi

    I am pretty new in server scenario and learning for my mcitp, I have just recently installed Exchange 2010 on a server 08, exchange is working fine as in am able to send and receive internal and external mails and what not.

    What i would like to do is able to use Outlook Web App option from outside.

    in my server\ client access \ OWA (deafault web page)
    I have internal Link -
    Code:
    https://compname.domainname/owa
    and in my external link i have -
    Code:
    https://mail.domainname/owa
    in my router i have done a port forward ..so in my router i have said any incoming connection for port 80,23,442 forward to mail server ip which is a internal ip - 192.168.1.4

    what else do i need to do to get it to work properly?

    thanks
    j

  • #2
    Re: How to get the Outlook web access working in Exchange 2010

    You need port 443 (HTTPS) forwarded to the Exchange CAS server
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    • #3
      Re: How to get the Outlook web access working in Exchange 2010

      Do you need port TCP 23 and 80 (telnet and http)?
      HTTPs means TCP 443 and 442 also..

      In order to avoid security warnings regarding to certificate, request and install one from a commercial authority (exp Verisign).
      Since the internal and external URL are different you need a SAN type certificate.
      http://exchangeserverpro.com/configu...ge-server-2010
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        Re: How to get the Outlook web access working in Exchange 2010

        I am not to fussed about the certificate as i can always import the certificate and install in the client machine..

        attached are couple of screen shots in my model for port forwarding...

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        • #5
          Re: How to get the Outlook web access working in Exchange 2010

          Originally posted by netxt View Post
          Do you need port TCP 23 and 80 (telnet and http)?
          HTTPs means TCP 443 and 442 also..

          In order to avoid security warnings regarding to certificate, request and install one from a commercial authority (exp Verisign).
          Since the internal and external URL are different you need a SAN type certificate.
          http://exchangeserverpro.com/configu...ge-server-2010
          you definitely don't need port 23 for exchange, and in fact I'd recommend never using port 23 for anything at all. Leave it solidly closed.

          port 442 isn't HTTPS...

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          • #6
            Re: How to get the Outlook web access working in Exchange 2010

            All you need is 25 (SMTP) and 443 (HTTPS)
            23 is TELNET and I don't think 442 is a standard port

            Agree with commercial SAN certificate -- $80 per year in comparison with the hassle of deploying a SSC -- no brainer
            Tom Jones
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