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how to setup Outlook Web Access

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i have an Exchange 2000 Server behind a cisco pix firewall. i have been asked to setup Outlook Web Access so users can access it from the internet, but have no idea where to start. security is a big factor - but they want to do it anyway :(

any help would be most appreciated.

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i'm having some problems with it aswell, at least make it run on ssl and open port 80 and 443, that should fix you up for a bit, for the rest i'm in the dark aswell a bit. i cant seem to get any inboxes except mine and the one of another administrator and it wont even open all emails.
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