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THERE HAS TO BE A WAY TO DO THIS?? - 1.Dec.2003 8:11:00 PM   
Milo145

 

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I've been digging around for the last few days but can't seam to find what I'm look for.

I know the answer is frontend/backend via Enterprise but I see no ned to spend that kind of money.

So the question is how does one redirect the users to an internal box hosting OWA? There has to be a way to do this?????
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RE: THERE HAS TO BE A WAY TO DO THIS?? - 1.Dec.2003 9:01:00 PM   
Henrik Walther

 

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Hello Milo,

How is your setup today ?

I guess you got a website running on port 80 ?

Have you implemented SSL on the box hosting OWA ?

Are you using SSL on your ordinary website ?

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RE: THERE HAS TO BE A WAY TO DO THIS?? - 1.Dec.2003 10:36:00 PM   
Milo145

 

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I've got IIS running as the frontend with a public DNS resolvable name. I've got IIS running on the Exch2K box with an internal private none resolvable name behind my firewall. What I'd like to do is have the users hit the site by FQDN enter their username and then redirect their browser to /exchange on the Exch2K box. There has got to be a way to do this?

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RE: THERE HAS TO BE A WAY TO DO THIS?? - 9.Dec.2003 6:01:00 PM   
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Maybe try creating a folder redirect inside IIS that automatically forwards to your internal server, and distribute that URL to your internal users.

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