troubleshooting Question

Outlook Web Access is blocked by ISP

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My ISP blocks incoming http port 80. I have a cable modem that gives a dynamic IP address to my Sonicwall firewall. I also have a few Wintel servers behind the firewall, one of which I would like to get Outlook Web Access to work on. I depend upon port redirection to get the different services to work. I would also like to advertise a web page, but I'll work on that problem after this one. I have an external DNS service that can do DNS port redirection. But I can't seem to get what I want to do to work on the server end. The firewall has redirected port 8080 to the correct server.
Now for the question. How do I get OWA to use a different port?  I woulld like to use port 8080 for the Outlook web access page.
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