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assigning new public IP addresses to cisco 506e and servers

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We are moving offices and have acquired a new public ip addresses.  In order to continue accessing outlook web access and vpn which sit behind cisco 506e firewall.  What changes do we need to make to the firewall and servers to ensure remote users continue to access their emails over the net using OWA and accessing VPN.
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Did you mean that you are changing Public IPs  on site where that Cisco PIX reside and where is your e-mail server behind that firewall ?
Or you have new public IPs on other site ?
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we are moving to new office and have acquired a new ISP provider with new ip addresses,  the firewall contains the public ip address and points to the internal ip addresses of the servers and one of these servers is microsoft exchange where outlook web access sit with port 443. is there any configuration changes that need to be done at server level or changes should only take place at firewall stage.
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please delete this questiong and thank you for your assisatance
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