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    Default Exchange 2007 through Untangle

    Does anybody know what ports to forward so that external Outlook clients can connect to my Exchange server, using the Exchange server setting. Not pop3 or imap, but the exchange server setting.

    i found various sites listing a bunch of ports, but it still doesn't work for me, these are the ports i have forwarded to my exchange server, can somebody tell me if this is correct?

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    What version of Exchange and how are they trying to connect? by web, vpn or another way?

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    Outside Outlook users? Why not just setup Outlook over HTTP, all you need is port 443.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skidog View Post
    What version of Exchange and how are they trying to connect? by web, vpn or another way?
    exchange 2007
    they are just using outlook with the exchange server setting

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    Quote Originally Posted by YeOldeStonecat View Post
    Outside Outlook users? Why not just setup Outlook over HTTP, all you need is port 443.
    boss lady doesn't like owa

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    OWA (Outlook Web Access) is not Outlook over http/s. In Exchange 2007 they have changed it from RPC to Outlook anywhere (or something like that).

    Outlook over http/s uses Outlook, not a browser, and can connect in from the outside.

    Really slick when it works.

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    My guess is that this is an outside user trying to access Outlook from a Remote Web. OWA in 2007 is actually pretty sweet and from my experience, as close as you can get to Outlook 2007 without having it installed.

    Anyways, if this is the case, a better approach would be for her to connect via VPN and access Outlook normally as if she was on the local network. Trying to forward all of those ports to your Exchange server is begging for a huge case of the hack-attack!

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    Yeah, HTTPS is all that is needed. The OWA system has an API that outlook hooks to do to the work. You do need Outlook 2007 for this to work, but it is also the same mechanism that iPhone and the Windows Mobile devices use to get mail.

    P.S. That port list is very wrong... don't use it please.
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    ok sounds great, i took out all the port mappings, and i'll try the outlook web thing, not owa, but the outlook web thing...

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    i've tried to google it but i can't find anything that tells me how to connect outlook 2007 with owa

    is that the right idea?

    or does anybody know how to set it up?
    is it just ports?

    nevermind i found it, thanks everybody!
    if anybody ever wanted to know click here
    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/l.../bb123889.aspx
    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/l...59(WS.10).aspx
    Last edited by shoryuken321; 05-13-2009 at 12:33 PM.

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