Bug in Exchange 2003?

  • From: "Andrew English" <andrew@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "[ExchangeList]" <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 27 Nov 2004 21:43:18 -0500

I have several different web sites with email that I cater to clients of
mine. This weekend I made the big push going from host headers to IP
addresses. I found that in Exchange 2003 it does not recognize the
additional local IP's which are on separate NIC on the AD under each of
the Virtual OWA sites in Exchange System Manager where as under IIS I
was able to change the IP's on each of the Virtual OWA sites and access
them on the net (through ISA 2004). 


Could this be a bug in Exchange??


So let's recap for those who might be lost as what I am saying:


If you go under Exchange System Manager --> Administrative Groups -->
First Administrative Group --> Servers --> {your server name} -->
Protocols --> HTTP --> {your site properties} you can only make the IP
the default IP which was given to your server (the IP of the first NIC
installed) and it doesn't see the IP of the second NIC etc..




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