Exchange 2003 server web mail open ports

Posted on 2004-09-17
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Which ports do i have to open in my firewall to access my email using webmail feature ?
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zmorvik earned 500 total points
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Port 80 and or port 443 if you want to secure webmail communications with SSL.
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Hi visualforma, this is the most secure way ... opening port 80 will send passwords in plain text. depends how secure you want to be

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