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How to change url to access webmail in exchange 2003

Posted on 2012-03-18
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Hello experts,

I currently use mail.myexchangeserver.com/exchange to access webmail from the internet. I dont use a ssl certificate and all works fine.

How do i change this url to read mail.myexchangeserver.com/login ?

Thanks in advance
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if you are using ISA or TMG Server you can do redirection

also have a look on the below URL:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/839357
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Hi Guys,

Both answers worked

Cheers
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