Cisco 505 needs port 443 open for webmail please help

I have a cisco 505 that needs a port (443) open and forwarding to the mailserver.  I have an A record created for this (mail.domainname.com) the webmail works inside but by with the server name only, not mail.domainname.com).

can you help with this?  I'm only about to work in cli.

thanks,

metalfubar
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Pete LongTechnical ConsultantCommented:
This is two questions really :)

First to port forward 443 to the exchange server
Cisco PIX / ASA Port Forwarding

Then make your name resolve internally
Windows - Setting Up Split DNS

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Pete LongTechnical ConsultantCommented:
^^^^^

also remember if you want to port forward 443 / https you need to disable the firewalls ASDM or change the port it uses (as it uses 443 by default)

Cisco Firewalls Changing the Web Management Port

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