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Forefront TMG - Web Listener Published Sharepoint

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I have a very frustrating question, after finally managing to get all my certificates running properly, I am having difficulty getting the weblistener to redirect requests for http://sharepointaddress.com to my internal sharepoint server.  Do I have to set up an additional firewall rull to allow in HTTP and HTTPS or does the webpublshing rule do that for me?  Any help would be great.  At present I can see, if I create a rule to allow in HTTP and HTTPS it work but just goes straight to the IIS server on the Forefront TMG server rather than use the listener
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