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OWA not working in SBS 2008 server

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I cannot make owa in sbs 2008 to work. It works internally and I have opened the ports on the firewall and ISP. Are their any ip restrictions?
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by:SangramGohil
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You need to open port 443 & 80(if using HTTP) in firewall and forward it to CAS Server.

use this url to test connectivity

https://www.testexchangeconnectivity.com/

also, do you have working certificate & public ip? are you able to reach to public ip for any other service?

post results here.
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cybera earned 500 total points
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Hi Jschnapp,

Will you be able to clarify what is your network configuration?
Are you using static IP address for internet connection? Have you configure your firewall's NAT? Please note that your internet modem needs to configure NAT also.

Regards,
Weimin
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Figured out!
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