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OWA Site - A records - 1.Feb.2006 4:35:29 PM   


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I am running SBS 2003 Standard, and have Sharepoint and OWA up and running. Currently I have to type http://(liveIP)/exchange to access OWA, and I have a certificate that was created through Exchange 2003. When I log into the site, I am always asked to accept the certificate, but I understand that there is another way of accessing your OWA site by creating an A record with the same name as the certificate produced through Exchange System Manager.

Anyone guess the question?

I would really apprecicate someone telling me where to create this. Our website is hosted offsite, so we have no name servers in house. I have seen that you can create A records in DNS but I don't wanna mess around with anything without knowing a little more.

Any help would be gratefully appreciated - thanks


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RE: OWA Site - A records - 1.Feb.2006 4:58:12 PM   


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You have to do this on the authoritative DNS server for the domain, which probably isn't your in-house one.  It will either be with your ISP, or the hosting company.



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