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OWA Not Working After Internal IP Address Changes

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I just changed our internal (private) IP addresses to prepare for some network changes. Everything is working fine except Outlook Web Access (OWA). We have an extranet set up at https://extranet.companyname.com, and I can log on to this and access our extranet pages, but when I try to go to the OWA portion (https://extranet.companyname.com/exchange), I get a 404 page not found error. This happens whether accessing from internally or externally and whether using URL or using IP address directly.

We have a Windows 2000 Server AD domain, with one Exchange 2000 (SP3) server that contains our mailboxes and another Exchange 2000 SP3 server set up as a front-end just for OWA. The only thing that was changed was the internal IP addresses of the servers. I figure there is some other place where I need to change the IP address, but I've looked around Exchange System Manager and IIS admin console, but haven't found it.

Any ideas?

bhaf
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