RWW & OWA through Sonicwall

I cannot get RWW & OWA (SBS 2003 fresh install) to connect through a sonicwall tz180. It is working on the server because if i put in a linksys and port forward 25, 80, 443 and 4125 it works. (I know 25 is for SMTP).
I use the public server wizard in the sonicwall to forward the ports. and then i can telnet into port 25 (to test). that works.
but when i try to connect to owa or rww i get the "invalid certificate" from IE and click continue - it says IE cannot display this page.
i did the netstat -ano | find ":4125" - nothing else is looking at 4125 on server.
also - from LAN I can get in using server/owa.


dacharronAsked:
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dacharronAuthor Commented:
I figured it out - just want to share info...
Must change the port and ssl port that the sonicwall uses - it was conflicting...
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