Question with routing

I am running SBS 2003 Premium, i have it setup with Dual nics, the config is below:

Private: 10.0.0.x
Public 192.168.1.x

The public side goes into a wireless router, I have several laptops that I need to connect to this wireless router and access Exchange (via outlook) for email. I have exchange setup for SMTP only. I know there is a way to route the traffic back through to the private side but I am not for sure how.
lhartzellAsked:
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TimBarrettCommented:
If your laptops are on the wild side of the SBS box, they look like internet traffic to the SBS server. They'll need RPC over HTTPs (Outlook Anywhere) configured with a certificate installed, or VPN setup. Is there a reason they're not on the private side of the SBS box? (Windows Home edition or some other reason?)
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lhartzellAuthor Commented:
It is running Vista Home (i can upgrade to Business) my wireless is just connected to the Modem, and NAT'ing the traffice to the 192. address.
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