Cant connect outlook 2007 to owa exchange using a non standard ssl port

I have Exchange setup to listen on port 4333 as appose to 443 because its already in use. How can i without adding another external IP get outlook to connect to this non standard port? Is their a reg hack for RPC? Everytime i add the domain in exchange with :4333 i got an error!
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Satya PathakLead Technical ConsultantCommented:
Yes You can do go through.

To configure host header names in IIS
Start the Internet Service Manager.

Right-click the Web site to be configured, and then click Properties.
On the Web Site tab, select the IP address that the site will use.

Note: if you only have one IP address on the server, select All Unassigned, and set the TCP Port that should be used (usually 80).
Click Advanced.

In the Multiple identities for this Web Site list, select the identity that you want to use.
Click Edit, and then add the desired host header name.

NOTE: If you want this site to respond to more than one host header name, use the Add button to add additional identities to this list. Specify a different host header name for each identity, but be sure to use the same IP address and port.

Apply these changes and start the Web site (if it is not already running).
Register the host header name with the appropriate name resolution system.

If the computer is on an intranet (a private LAN that uses Internet technology), register it with the intranet's name resolution system, such as the Windows Internet Name Service (WINS).

If the computer is on the Internet, register the host header name with the Domain Name System (DNS), which is administered by InterNic.
After the host header name is registered with the name resolution system, test it from a browser by attempting to browse the host header name. The browser should open the expected Web site.

v46nAuthor Commented:
port 443 is used by another server, so when requests are sent its sent to the wrong server unless i specify the correct port at the end of the address :4333, however outlook isnt intelligent enough to understand this so i dont see how the above will work if outlook cant connect locate the proper server. This is all done externally over the internet.
v46nAuthor Commented:
found the correct answer here

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