I am upgrading my Exchange environment to 2007. There is not a lot of documentation out there for setting up a reverse proxy for Exchange 2007 that is not an ISA server. I have a Cisco ASA 5510 and was wondering if I can publish OWA using it instead of installing an ISA server. Also if it is possible how I would go about implementing it. Any imput is greadtly appreciated. Thank you.
It's not an application gateway. Nor does it reverse proxy. You are exactly right about the ASA's capabilities. ISA provides this feature but it's not required for security, although it is nice. I prefer
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