How to Configure Exchange to accept SSL with OMA

Posted on 2006-03-26
Last Modified: 2012-06-27

How do i configure exchange 2003 SP1 to accept OMA access with SSL. Diable SSL for OMA and it works fine. I do not have a front end server, just the one exchange server. Please advise as i am keen to get it up and running with your expertise.

Thankyou for your time..
Question by:agha123
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    try this article...
    OMA does not work with SSL....OMA only works on port 80....even when u have front end configured....even when ssl configured on the front end,front end only
    uses port 80 to communicate with that is why u are off the hook as far as configuring addtional virtual directory on the front end server is concerned..
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    OMA does work with SSL. What you cannot do is have the option to REQUIRE SSL enabled.
    What I have found is that if you leave the option to require SSL off, then only open port 443 on your firewall, everything works fine.


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