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Using outlook pop3 and RPC over http from outside ISA 2004 FW

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Hi all,
 
 I have ISA 2004 FW installed in which i published my exchange 2003 server, now I want my users to be able to open POP3 and RPC Over http from their home, what rules I need to configure in my ISA 2004.

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