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enable OWA in exchange 2011

Is there any way of checking if Exchange 2011 is enabled for OWA, I think that I have opened the ports on the router (26,80 & 443) and pointed to the exchange server all fine. Was just wondering if there were some simple quick checks that I could do?

Thanks in advance.

Mat
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R--RCommented:
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R--RCommented:
If you installed a certificate then ask ISP to create a FQDNwhich should match the certificate FQDN and point it to the external ip address of firewall and nat to exchange server.
Open port 443.

 
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Hendrik WieseCommented:
Try browsing to https://YOURCASSERVERNAME/OWA this should open OWA internally.

You can also test all connectivity by going to https://www.testexchangeconnectivity.com/
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Mat_HumphreysAuthor Commented:
Thank you for your replies, the problem was that the router has two sections that the ports needed to be opened in. However I am now getting a problem "Server Error in '/' Application" on this brand new server, this happens on the server or from a remote client!
Trying to find info with regards to this when I type in "https://IP ADD/exchange" then choose continue. that's when the problem occurs.

Cheers
Mat

Could do with a you tube crash course on SBS2011 me thinks!
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Hendrik WieseCommented:
You should not go to "https://IP ADD/exchange" but instead "https://IP ADD/OWA
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Hendrik WieseCommented:
so replace the /exchange with /owa
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