We are running Exchange 5.5 SP1, with IIS3 and Proxy server 2.0 on an NT4 BDC (SP3) We are able to setup the Outlook Web Access on our internal windows nt4 Workstation network. Now we want to set it up so that our staff can access it via the internet, and not neccessarily through OUR RAS server (IE can access anywhere in the world). We already host 8 websites but we are having great difficulty in making the outlok web access available externally.
We setup a new DNS A record and an IP address but cannot get it to work. Has anyone succeded in this what else can we try?
Your going to love this answer:
Microsoft does not like to have the exchange directory be the IIS root. Here is Microsoft's KB article Q189653:
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