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How to use Outlook Web Access when Exchange is behind Proxy Server

How to use Outlook Web Access when Exchange is behind Proxy Server

How to use Outlook Web Access when Exchange is behind Proxy Server

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I'm trying to use Outlook Web Access on Exchange 5.5 SP3.  Exchange Server is behind our Proxy 2.0 Server.  How would it be possible so that Internet users can reach our Exchange Server via the Proxy Server since Exchange Server only has an internal address.  Thanks for any help you can offer :)

RE: How to use Outlook Web Access when Exchange is behind Proxy Server

You'd have to talk to your proxy server administrator. You'd have to allow a route in. I don't like that idea, though.

I think you're better off to put an IIS server on a network DMZ to prevent internet users directly into your secure network.

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