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Exchange 2010 and Outlook Anywhere

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We just switched over to a new exchange server (2010) and we're having one small issue.
we used to be able to go to https://owa.domain.com and access our email. Now that takes us to the IIS7 image
If I put https://owa.domain.com/owa then it works fine. How can get it back to working without the /owa at the end. Something is IIS?
Please let me know if you need more info.

Thanks.
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create an index.htm file in the physical directory of the website with the following code in it
<html>
 <header>
  <meta http-equiv="refresh" content="0"; URL="https://owa.domain.com/owa">
 </header>
</html>

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this will redirect it to owa so you dont have to type it on the end all the time
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You rock, thank you!
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Glad to help :)
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