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cisco asa 5505 open pop3 for exchange

I have a 2011 SBS and am running exchange. I put in a cisco asa 5505 and am tryin to allow OWA to work. I have port 25 open so email is running but I can't get the OWA or phone access to work.
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scott lotz
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Mal OsborneAlpha GeekCommented:
OWA is web based, it uses port 443.
Activesync (for the phones) uses the same port.

You will need a 3rd party certificate on the SBS server for this to work smoothly.


POP3 is an older way of retrieving email, it has limited functionality, and serious security holes, strongly advised not to use it.
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scott lotzAuthor Commented:
I do have 443 open and there is a cert. But I don't get the exchange login page like you would expect. instead I get and iexplorer login asking for login.
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SIM50Commented:
Test it internally. Do you get the same login as from outside?
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scott lotzAuthor Commented:
no internally it works as it should. I added an ACL for https pointing to the exchange server and it seems to work now. will I need to do anything else for the phones?
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SIM50Commented:
No, phones will use port 443.
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SIM50Commented:
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