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Posted on 2009-04-01
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I setup an exchange server under the domain:

pdc001.domain.local

I am able to access owa via http://pdc001.domain.local/exchange

I installed a certificate with the name mail.techdomain.com and I enabled SSL under exchange.

When I run https://pdc001.domain.local or https://mail.techdomain.com, it doesnt work.

Is there a way I can have owa accept requests for https://mail.techdomain.com ?

Or how can I make this work?
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Question by:ralphcarter2008
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configure the cas role at the server level and configure OWA to use https://mail.techdomain.com  i
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try these
https://pdc001.domain.com/exchange
https://mail.domain.com/exchange

if neither of those work try replacing exchange with /owa
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by:ralphcarter2008
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nevermind. My IP was wrong for ssl port. :)

I knew I had this config right!
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