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Exchange 2003 OWA/OMA

Hello,
I am having numerous diffuculty with configuring this exchange server that I have. It is a single server scenario.

The server hosts two webpages via IIS, also hosts e-mail for one of the domains it hosts. It has exchange installed and working on it.  The problem that I am having is that when I goto mail.domain.com/exchange it gives me a login box. Then I can login just fine with my credentials, but when I try and goto mail.domain.com it directs me to the the default webpage. Which it hosts.

Is this an easy fix? What would I need to do? Fix A records from my host? Godaddy that is?

Can someone please direct me in the direction that I cannot seem to find!
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MesthaCommented:
What are you trying to achieve? You want to remove the need for /exchange ?
If you want to do that then you will need to put a redirect on the root of the web site.

Simon.
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STLTechAuthor Commented:
Yes, I am trying to achieve removing the /exchange so that I can point mobile devices to mail.domain.com to have push mail working. I would assume if I did the redirect then it would work for push maIL?
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MesthaCommented:
Removing the /exchange has nothing to do with the Mobile Device support.
Mobile devices do not connect to that directory. When you configure Exchange ActiveSync you just put in host.example.com - no http or / anything. The device works the rest out.

Simon.
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STLTechAuthor Commented:
I must remove the /exchange to get the mobile devices to work though. As of right now if I goto mail.domain.com/exchange I get a login. If i goto mail.domain.com I get one of the webpages I am hosting. I must remove the /exchange to get what I am trying to achieve. I guess doing to redirect would solve my issue, then I could go to mail.domain.com and login correctly is that correct?

Thanks and sorry for the confusion.
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MesthaCommented:
No you don't. You are wrong there.
You do not have to do anything to get the phones to work.
Where did you get the idea that you did?

Simon.
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