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Publish Exchange on ISA 2006

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How to publish Exchange Server 2003, so I can access it from outside, I have public IP, so what exactly the access rules has to be added, we are not using pop3 on exchange.
 
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You can use Exchange Publishing wizard in ISA to configure all the rules etc. for you. Right click on Firewall Policies or select Exchange publishing from the taskpad.
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