Outlook Mobile Access


I recently setup Outlook Mobile Access on our 2003 SBS server.  

Basically, when I try and acess the site internally, OMA seems to work (accessing http://server/oma) - but from outside hte office, I get "you're not authorized to view this page).  I have setup port forwarding from the firewall to 80 and 443 on the server, and have checked what I think to be correct permissions in IIS.

Any ideas?
EffEffTeeIT DirectorAsked:
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EffEffTeeIT DirectorAuthor Commented:
Just noticed this error in IE

HTTP Error 403.6 - Forbidden: IP address of the client has been rejected.
Internet Information Services (IIS)

EffEffTeeIT DirectorAuthor Commented:
haha ok solved my own problem!  for some reason All IP's were being denied access through IIS.

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Satya PathakLead Technical ConsultantCommented:
This Is Excellent @EffEffTee !!
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