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How do I keep address bar at http:\\www.mydomain.com and not show subdirectories

I am trying to mask my Outlook web access so it's not obvious that what kind of webmail it is.  I currently have it going to webmail.mydomain.com and would like only that to show in the address bar.  I have seen this ability with GoDaddy's domain masking, but I'm not using them.  

The address bar currently gives away the fact that it's exchange because is lists xchange\owalogon.asp in the address bar.  

Is there a simple way to do this?
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Dave_DietzCommented:
Set up a simple HTM page using a frameset.

In the frameset make one big frame with a source of the address of your OWA page.

All you will see in the browser is the address of the HTM page but OWA will show up in the frame.

Dave Dietz
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DPAITAuthor Commented:
Thanks, that sounds helpful, but how do I setup my OWA website to hit this first.  It doesn't seem straight forward.  I am using SBS2003  The default
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DPAITAuthor Commented:
Thanks, but it's not going to work for what I need. the framed page would still have to be on the Internet for the framing to work, still leaving it exposed.  

I'll have to find another way.

Thanks
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