RPC over HTTP single exchange server setup

We have three sites with an exchange 2003 server on each site. there is one site with no direct connection to the internet. Each site has an Exchange 2003 box and 2003 or 2008 domain controller. We want to implement RPC over HTTP and being that we have no front end/back end configuration was looking at RPC over HTTP for the sales guys email. How do I set this up for remote mail folks and thru ISA server or PFSense? Im still doing alot of reading.
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Tennessee_PrideAuthor Commented:
hrm. We have webmail set up with a verisign certificate. If I set this up do I direct all the http over rpc clients to the webmail address?
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Hilal1924Commented:
Yes you are right. The Outlook Client will need to be configured though.
 
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Tennessee_PrideAuthor Commented:
Getting a challenge pw from the server but not letting us in
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Tennessee_PrideAuthor Commented:
and apparently after getting this hooked up it broke out OWA. From the exchange login page to a Microsoft Outlook web access page that looks differnet form the other and wont let anyone log in
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Tennessee_PrideAuthor Commented:
Pardon..its bringing on an ISA 2006 logon box not the Outlook web access and no longer authenticating users
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Tennessee_PrideAuthor Commented:
Close enough where after speding a day figuring out the listener authentication methos vs the Rule authentication method vs the OWA forms based setting vs the certificate nuttiness got it working
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