Exchange 2010 - Recommended open ports

Posted on 2013-02-01
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I have my exchange 2010 up and running.
I can telnet from the internet to the ExchangeServer successfully on port 25.

What other ports are recommended to have open in Exchange 2010?

In example OWA?  port 80 and 443?

Thank you
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You are correct.  25 for Exchange, 80 and 443 for OWA.
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MS also says 987 for companyweb.

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