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Configuring remote laptop user to connect to the exchange account

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How can I configure my Windows 2000 server with Exchange allowing a user to connect to his mailaccount? This is a Laptop user who travels a lot and want`s to connect to his mailaccount where ever he is.  The server is behind a ZyWALL ZyNOS firewall with Firmware Version: V3.52(WA.3)
What settings do I have to set in router/firewall, windows 2000 and exchange?
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TorqN,

Okay here are the seeting you need to use... including all firewall port setting.

http://www.msexchange.org/tutorials/Secure_your_Exchange_Server_on_the_Internet_for_100.html

Marakush
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An additional thing to consider would be to have each user first create a VPN tunnel to your firewall.  This would encrypt and secure the connection while they are pulling all of their email across the public internet =)
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