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ISA does not allow access to POP3 Exchange Server

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After upgrading from SBS 2000 to 2003 the Server will not allow any access the Exchange 2003 server or OWA, from the outside.  All internal services are fine and OWA works great on http:\\localhost\exchange;  Is there any way to enable the features that I have lost.  I have run the "Connect to the Internet" wizard in every configuration available but to no avail.  
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by:shard26
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So basically, you can access everything fine from the LAN and e-mail is working OK, but you can't use OWA from the outside world anymore?
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by:dmalford
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OWA as well as Outlook clients.  But I can get to terminal server.
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does your server still have the same name and IP address?
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All IP addressing is the same.
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OK, I'll answer it myself.  The link below explains how the enable the Exchange POP3 access.

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;311237&Product=exch2k
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