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Exchange Server 2003 Wireless Device Support
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Exchange Server 2003 allows users of wireless and small devices, such as mobile phones, personal digital assistants (PDAs), or smart phones (hybrid devices that combine the functionality of mobile phones and PDAs), access to Exchange data. Exchange ActiveSync and Outlook Mobile Access (OMA) are two of the mobile service components that are built into Exchange Server 2003. Exchange ActiveSync is a service provided in Exchange Server 2003 that allows users to synchronize their Exchange information (inbox, subfolders, calendar, contacts, and tasks) with their ActiveSync-enabled mobile device (such as Pocket PC 2002, Smartphone 2002, and Windows Mobile 2003 devices). OMA is a service provided in Exchange Server 2003 that allows users to access their Exchange mailbox by using a browser-enabled mobile device. Devices such as mobile phones and PDAs that use extensible Hypertext Markup Language (XHTML), compact HTML (cHTML), or standard HTML browsers allow your users to connect to their inbox, calendar, contacts, and tasks, and perform global address list (GAL) searches. In addition to mobile phones, Windows Mobile devices using Microsoft Pocket Internet Explorer and desktop personal computers using Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 or later also support OMA.
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Integrating ISA Server 2004 and Exchange Server
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Like OWA, OMA and ActiveSync require that the computer running Exchange Server 2003 be accessible from the Internet using HTTP. When accessing a mailbox using OMA, the wireless device connects to a wireless access point that provides access to the Internet. Then the Web browser on the wireless device is used to access the computer running Exchange Server. The use of wireless clients raises similar security issues to OWA including the following:
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Securing the user logon By default, OMA is configured to use HTTP. This means that all user logon information is passed in clear text to the computer running Exchange Server. In addition, authentication to the SMTP server is passed in clear text. This issue can be easily addressed using SSL to encrypt all user sessions. Securing e-mail contents Because all messages are sent in clear text using HTTP or SMTP, the e-mail contents may not be secure while crossing the Internet. SSL can secure the e-mail in this case.
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How to Configure ISA Server to Enable Outlook Web Access Connections
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For the most part, publishing OWA is similar to publishing any other Web server. The easiest way to publish an OWA server is to use the Mail Server Publishing Wizard on ISA Server 2004 to make an internal OWA server accessible to Internet clients. To publish an OWA server using ISA Server, complete the following procedure: 1. Install a certificate on the OWA server and on the computer running ISA Server. These certificates will be used to configure SSL that s bridged between the OWA clients and the ISA Server, and between the ISA Server and the OWA server. On the OWA server, configure IIS to require SSL connections for the /Exchange, /Exchweb, and the /Public virtual directories under the default Web site. These are the virtual directories used by Exchange to provide OWA access. 2. Start the Mail Server Publishing Rule Wizard from the ISA Server Management Console. On the Welcome To The Mail Server Publishing Rule Wizard Page, type a name for the rule and click next. 3. On the Select Access Type page, as shown previously in Figure 9-1, select Web Client Access: Outlook Web Access (OWA), Outlook Mobile Access, Exchange Server ActiveSync, and then click Next. 4. On the Select Services page, shown in Figure 9-9, ensure that Outlook Web Access is selected. Click Next.
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Configuring ISA Server to Secure Web Client Connections
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Configuring an OWA publishing rule
5. On the Bridging Mode page, shown in Figure 9-10, choose one of the following three options:
Secure Connection To Clients Specifies that ISA Server establish a secure connection with the client computers and a standard connection to the mail server Secure Connection To Mail Server And Clients Specifies that ISA Server establish a secure connection with both the mail server and the clients Standard Connections Only Specifies that ISA Server establish a standard connection with both the mail server and the clients
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