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ports change on restart - 12.May2010 10:33:55 AM   
aaref

 

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Hi,

I opened some ports for MS-outlook  2007 to work from outside our company (through internet), it was working fine, but whenever I restart the server, the ports change, then I have to discover the new ports and open them.
any way to make the ports static?
I have to open at least 4 ports (random) everytime I restart the server for outlook to work properly.
Any idea on how to make the ports permenant and solve this issue for ever.

Thanks in adavance.
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RE: ports change on restart - 12.May2010 10:38:08 AM   
mark@mvps.org

 

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What you're doing is horrific. You should implement Outlook Anywhere and only open TCP 443. Google for "Outlook Anywhere" and/or "RPC over HTTPS" which is the older name for the same feature.
If you are exposing Outlook Web Access already and have a certificate that doesn't throw up a warning message of any kind you will have zero effort to make this work.

Whatever you do, you must stop what you're currently doing.

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