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With Forefront TMG support going away, we are currently using that on our DMZ to access OWA, what could we use instead?  Any recommendations?  Thanks!
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The answer to your question could be a firewall like Cisco ASA CX Context-Aware... and it provides application layer filtering along with other advanced features.

Some other suggestions on this EE: http://www.experts-exchange.com/Microsoft/Windows_Security/Q_27996373.html
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The only drawback is that we do not want to put a hole through our firewall just so people can get email.  Thanks again!!
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