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Publishing Lotus Domino behind ISA 2006

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Can any one tell me how can I use my notes client to access Domino Server behind ISA 2006 (As reverse Publishing).

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Bit complex...

We have to create4 Rules to make it work.

One web server publishing rule.... manually edit the port from 80 to 1352 in listener and other in bridging.
One non web server publishing rule... it should listen on external and internal network for host address
Two Access Rules,
One for Lotus Notes client Incoming and One for Lotus Client Outgoing with protocol 1352 selected for both UDP and TCP incoming and outgoing

and Success.
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