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OWA URL opens Firewall Logon Screen - Can no longer use OWA after new firewall install

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We recently had a SMC Barricade fail and replaced it with the Bellsouth version of the Netopia 3347 modem/router. Since that time we have not been able to use our SBS 2003 OWA. I have mapped ports 25 and 443 to the server IP but I still can not use OWA. To my knowledge nothing has changed on the server side. What amd I missing?

Thank you - BMilne
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Hallo,

If you need Outlook Web Access you will need to open also Port 80.
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Do you need more information?

By the way, you may need to change the default web management port for your perimeter security device away from port 80.

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Maynard
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This SBS 2003 does not have the ISA server - the message below is the error message from the Firewall:
 - I named the port OWA 80 -
ERROR:
Pinhole element OWA 80 has conflict with internal
Web-TCP service 80,
Either change pinhole port or redirect Web Port.
    Validation did not pass!


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All's well - I figured out what you were saying and things are funning fine. Thanks for the assitance!

Bruce
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Nice... can you allocate the points next... that would be a nice touch...

Have a nice day.
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Thanx for the points... have nice day.
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