• From: "Ruba Al Omari, Eng." <romari@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "[ExchangeList]" <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 23 Oct 2004 09:28:18 +0300

Thank you Devin.

I couldn't find a group for the OWA users? (There is access list for
every one in the security tab.)

Subject: RE: FE/BE
From: "Devin McBride" <devin@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 20 Oct 2004 08:13:57 -0700
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-          How can I disable the public folders from being seen for the
users who are accessing OWA through the web? But still for users inside
the web they should be able to see it? Or is it a common thing for users
accessing OWA from outside to see the public folders? (we have so many =
public folders) I would imagine you could simple remove owa users from =
having access directly through your exchange system manager under Folder
 > Public Folders


-          Typically when a front end exchange in the DMz zone does it =
have 1 NIC (public one in our case) and the routing to the trust is done
through the firewall or does it usually have 2 NICs one on the trust and
one on the DMZ?   What exactly are your using isa for?  just the =
firewall functionality of it?  If thats the case I dont see why you =
couldnt just use a single nic.


-          Can I install OWA 2003 to be used with exchange 2000? No, =
you'll need to upgrade exchange to 2003.  Luckily a 2000 to 2003 upgrade
is extremely clean.




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