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Set up OMA on win 2003 Std. Missing exchange-oma in IIS

Hi.
Have a customer with a Win 2003 Std server with Exchange installed.
OWA works fine.
Trying to set up OMA, and started internet connection wizzard, but stops with error stating that it cannot send internet mail beeing a brigdhead server.
Checked that it is sending out through DNS and not through another SMTP server.
It was set up to relay for a multifunction printer\scanner. Removed that and restartet all exchange services but still same error.
Exchange-oma is missing in IIS, and don't not how to go about fixing it..

Would love some help
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Tore Jacobsen
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flaphead_comCommented:
what is the exact error you are getting?  does the application event log have anything in it?
What version of Exchange
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Tore JacobsenSystem adminstratorAuthor Commented:
Hi. Server is Win 2003 Std R2 w\ SP2
Exchange 2003 SP2
When I run Internet mail wizzard it give error ID no. c103b530 To send internet e-mail, the selected server cannot be a bridgehead server.
Don't think it's any problem with IIS, just that exchange-owa is missing coz OMA have never been set up..
 
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Tore JacobsenSystem adminstratorAuthor Commented:
Have also done this>
In the Mobile Services properties window, under Outlook Mobile Access, click to select the Enable Outlook Mobile Access and the Enable Unsupported Devices check boxes.
And ports are open.
But https//servername/oma is not working localy either.
Are exchange-oma supposed to be created in ISS after Enable OMA in ESM`?
Or do I need to do more? Thought I could fix it by running Internet mail wizzard, but get error..
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TimorosCommented:
When using Internet Mail Wizard to configure your Exchange server to send outgoing Internet mail, the server cannot already be configured as a bridgehead for any SMTP connectors in the Exchange organization.

As it appears you need to configure an additional SMTP connection:
http://support.microsoft.com/?id=294736
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TimorosCommented:
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Tore JacobsenSystem adminstratorAuthor Commented:
Did.
Tried to remove intelligent Message filter and Ip granted relay access (multifunction printer) from default smtp virtual server. This is the only changes I have made.
The document (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/821830) , did not mention the error msg I get, (cannot send internet mail beeing a brigdhead server. )
And this is a singel server. DC and Exchange.
 
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Tore JacobsenSystem adminstratorAuthor Commented:
ooppss forgot to mention that this is only a problem , because I try to set up OMA. And get error (cannot send internet mail beeing a brigdhead server) when I try to run Internet Mail Wizzard.
Main goal is to set up OMA, throu IMW or someway else..

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Tore JacobsenSystem adminstratorAuthor Commented:
As Petri says>
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As stated above, you actually do not need to install anything to get OMA up and running.
Open the Exchange System Manager.
Navigate to the Global Settings folder, expand it and go to Mobile Services. Right-click Mobile Services and choose Properties.


In the Mobile Services properties window, under Outlook Mobile Access, click to select the Enable Outlook Mobile Access and the Enable Unsupported Devices check boxes.
Click Ok.
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Have done this, but still missens exchange-oma in IIS - Default webpage.
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