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Opening All ports from specific public IPs to an internal server with cisco asa 5505 ASDM 6.2

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I need to Temporarily open all ports on a Cisco ASA 5505 router using asdm. I have a list of public IPs that need to foward all ports to a exchange server while i migrate data then i will close the ports. Here is the list of public iPs that i need fowarded to the exchange server.
199.193.200.64
 64.78.22.112/29
199.193.204.64
 206.225.164.224/29


Right now i have one Public ip assigned to the outside interface. I have other public ips i can use but i dont want to interrupt email flow. I think i have to setup another public ip to foward all traffic from the outside to the exchange server but dont know how in asdm.
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this Port redirection using ADSM has the various scenario. Wondering if below may be help
Allow Traffic between Interfaces with Same Security Level
Allow Untrusted Hosts Access to Hosts on Your Trusted Network
Disable NAT for Specific Hosts/Networks
Port Redirection (Forwarding) with Statics
Limit TCP/UDP Session Using Static
Time Based Access List
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