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how to auto redirect http to https on Exchange 2003

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I want users to be redirectly automatically when typing http://mail.domain.net/exchange to https://mail.domain.net/exchange, how would I do this on IIS 6.0, thanks
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How to redirect an HTTP connection to HTTPS for Outlook Web Access clients and how to redirect the Default Web Site to point to the Exchange virtual directory
KB 839357
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by:jaschmerold
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Had to look up Microsfot Knowledge Base #
KB 839357, otherwise it worked great
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