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i have exchange 2003 server and need to create a virtual directory for active sync.

how to setup the same in exchange 2003. OS is win 2003
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thanks alan, i tried to create a virtual directory called exchange-oma , but what will be the path of the web site content direcrtory
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Why did you create one?  There isn't any need.
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thanks it is working now
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