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Hi there, we have moved our exchange server onto a new server which is working fine but users used to login to Outlook web access on the old server via ipaddress/exchange. We cannot acccess this now it has moved obviously but how do i open the gateway and what address do we put for the new exchange remote access?
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Guessing you need to change the port forwarding on your firewall for http (TCP port 80) to the new Exchage server
note if you use SSL (if you type httpS://servername) then you need to change the prot forward for TCP 443 as well
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