Our company uses Exchange as it's groupware solution and apache webserver on openbsd unix as the firewall/web server for the company's web site. We have an SBS 2003 server set up to host exchange. I can connect to OWA 2003 from any internal/private ip computer just fine. However, I can't connect to OWA 2003 from the internet (i.e. at home). Because I want requests to port 80 and 443 to be answered by the OpenBSD box (apache webserver) I have used port forwarding to forward requests for OWA/IIS access to ports 8080 (port 80) and 4430 (port 443) on the openbsd box. These ports map as follows:
Port 8080 on Unix firewall maps to port 80 on SBS 2003 server
Port 4430 on Unix firewall maps to port 443 on SBS 2003 server
So for example to get to our corporate web site you would type http://www.corporatewebsite.com
However, to get to the IIS box and access remote web workplace, owa, etc, you would type https://www.corporatewebsite.com:4430
So far I have not been successful getting this to work. I have searched and searched and searched. Any help you can offer me would be great. I can get to the remote web workplace screen where I have options to connect to a server, client, email etc, however, I can't get OWA to work...it just sits there and the screen goes blank.