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OWA does not allow port 80 internally

I have a OWA server & I want to allow INTERNAL (LAN) users to be able to connect. When we try without https is gives an error.
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Jimmy AndrewsFounder, What2do.LiveCommented:
Try:
http://servername/exchange/

That should get them where they need to go.  You may get a pop-up or a page stating that the Certificate is messed up, just ignore that error and click on the navigation to the site anyway.
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BusbarSolutions ArchitectCommented:
if this is Exchange 2007/2010 then you will have to configure the OWA virutal directory to use either basic or windows authentication then remove the SSL requirements from the IIS, however this is not the recommended approach
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kpoochiCommented:
Please give us the screenshot of the error.

Check whether port 80 is binded correctly to Default Web Site.
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someITGuyAuthor Commented:
Here is the error message in the attached file.
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BusbarSolutions ArchitectCommented:
as I said this because you must use https not http.
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someITGuyAuthor Commented:
So how do I set up OWA so my internal users do not need to use HTTPS://   ?
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