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Exchange OWA how best to set up NATing? and global signature user options.

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Exchange OWA how best to set up NATing? and global sign... - 30.Mar.2011 6:46:37 AM   
ridha121

 

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Hi Guys

My customer previously used to access OWA on ports 8080 and I had mapped a public ip to exchanges internal on https on port 8080 and had set bindings in IIS to port 8080 all unassigned and http 80 all unassigned.

Now in SP1 the roles for deleting and moving email items have been moved to EWS and thus OWA needs to comminucate with EWS, with my current setup this does not work and so I would like to move back to default bindings of https on 443 and http on 80 in IIS. I have done this and it works fine using the internal IP address I have then reconfigured my NATing on https port 443... In theory this should enable OWA to function correctly however with this setting in place I cannot log into OWA using public ip address as it does not even reach the login page.

Any ideas what this could be and how best to set up NATing.

Also

I have set up global signature in transport rule setting in exchange however I would like the user to have the option of whether or not to use the signature. I do not want to have to configure the signture in their outlook client and rather have it on the server. Can this be achieved?

Kind Regards

Ridha
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