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Everyone,

My organization has 2 E2K servers. I would like to be able to set up OWA in such a manner that when a users types in MAIL.DOMAIN.COM, they are directed to the appropriate Exchange virtual directory on either mail1 or mail2 (depending on where there mailbox is located). I was told that it was possible to do this without a front end server.

Can anyone tell me if they've done such a thing?

Thanks,
Kris.
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Well, it is technically possible, but their URL will change to show mail1.company.com or mail2.company.com.

The redirection is automatic... internally.

Externally though:

If you are coming through a DMZ, see my thread on this:

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Networking/Email_Groupware/Exchange_Server/Q_20762122.html


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