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RWW Shows default IIS7 Welcome screen for second domain

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1 x SBS 2008 box setup to accept mail for 3 x domains.  All was working fine but our ISP gave us a new static IP and after updating that via our modem and webhosts(MX records etc) now RWW only works for 1 domain.  After updating the modem settings it lost the port forward settings which I re-entered but I cant figure out why RWW works for domain1 but not the other 2

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accessing mail.domain1.com - shows RWW login
accessing mail.domain2.com - shows IIS7 welcome screen
accessing mail.domain3.com - shows IIS7 welcome screen
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by:Bellscape
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I just tried accessing mail.domain2.com/remote and that seems to show the RWW, how do I get it to redirect to mail.domain2.com/remote by accessing just mail.domain2.com like domain1
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SBS does not officially support that configuration. You can go into IIS and add the other domains to bind list of the SBS Web Apps site, but this will be undone whever you run any of the domain management wizards in SBS and will have to be redone manually.

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