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troubleshooting Question

how to redirect HTTP to HTTPS and remove /owa Exchange 2010

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catomaxFlag for United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland asked on
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I have tried every single method to do this that i can find! but i get the same result (more or less) every time!

Basically what i am trying to do seems like a very common thing to do, I would like it so when a user types in 'mail.ourdomain.com' it automatically redirects them to 'https://mail.ourdomain.com/owa'.

I have tried Scripts, changing all sorts of settings in IIS manager but the result always seems the same, that is this;
when it is all set up (whichever method i choose) if i type mail.ourdomain.com it waits for ages and then comes back with nothing, 'Oops, google cannot connect to this page' (chrome) or a Bing search on IE.
but if i type HTTPS://mail.ourdomain.com it redirects me to HTTPS://mail.ourdomain.com/owa.

why is it not doing the http to https bit????

please help.
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