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open/forward ports 143,993,443 to an Exchange serverbehind a FortiGate 110C

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Iam trying open/forward ports 143,993,443 to an Exchange server behind a FortiGate 110C. On a 60c on a different network I was able to configure for RDP to an internal computer but I can't get this Exchange set up to work. I have tried to follow the instructions in the manual to no avail.If I do a port scan I find the firewall only has ports 80,25,110,21,22, open.
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by:Ernie Beek
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Firewall tab, address, address, add the IPs of the incoming clients, then group them.

Then go to Firewall/Virtual IP/Virtual IP>Create New, name it, choose the external interface, set the external IP, then the mapped internal IP, choose port forwarding and do from whatever port, then the internal port (25 for example).

Then go to firewall/policy/policy, and create a policy source external, source address the group, destination interface internal, destination address the virtual IP, the rest is pretty self explanatory.

Source: http://community.spiceworks.com/topic/129693
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by:SODSSK
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I will try this out as soon as I can. May not be until Tuesday (March 22nd ) AM.
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No problem, I'll be waiting ;)
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