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Hi

I have a signe Exchange 2003 server, i want to use OWA and also allow PDA's to get push email.

I have installed an SSL cert on the default website, what Directories below do i need to secure with the SSL cert or can i do everything that is below it.

At the moment we are using FBA to logon to OWA, i believe there in an issue with this and using Push email but dont know what exactly it is so any advice there would be good.

Is there anything other than the above i need to do to get this working, I have already forwarded ports 80 and 443 to our exchange servers internal IP.

Thanks

Nick
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