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Configuring ISA Server to Secure Outlook Client Connections
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If you have Exchange Server 2003 Service Pack 1 installed, you can avoid editing the registry by using the Exchange System Manager to configure the back-end servers as RPC back-end servers.
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For detailed steps about how to configure the Exchange Server computer, see the article How to Configure RPC over HTTP on a Single Server in Exchange Server 2003, located at http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx scid=kb;en-us;833401. For detailed steps about how to configure the Outlook client to support RPC over HTTP see the Office , 2003 Resource Kit chapter, Configuring Outlook 2003 for RPC over HTTP located at http:// , www.microsoft.com/office/ork/2003/three/ch8/OutC07.htm.
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After you have completed these steps, your Exchange Server environment is configured to accept and respond to requests from clients that are using RPC over HTTP.
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If you want your users to be able to use RPC over HTTP to connect to their mailboxes, your users must create an Outlook profile on their computers that contains the necessary settings for RPC over HTTP. These settings enable SSL communication with Basic authentication, which is necessary when using RPC over HTTP. The steps to configure Outlook 2003 for RPC over HTTP are as follows: 1. Create an Outlook profile that will use RPC over HTTP. 2. Configure the Outlook profile to connect to a computer running Exchange Server and to use cached mode. 3. Configure the Outlook profile to connect to the mailbox by using HTTP. 4. Configure the profile s Exchange proxy settings with the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of the RPC proxy server, and then configure the SSL options.
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You can configure ISA Server to enable RPC over HTTP by using a Web publishing rule to publish the \Rpc virtual directory on the RPC proxy server. To make the connection more secure, use a Web listener configured for SSL and configure SSL bridging to encrypt the client connection to ISA Server and the connection from ISA Server to the RPC proxy server.
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For detailed steps about how to configure ISA Server to enable RPC over HTTP connectivity, see the article Using ISA Server 2004 with Exchange Server 2003, located at http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/isa/2004/plan/exchage2003.mspx.
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To publish the \Rpc virtual directory, create a secure Web publishing rule by performing the following steps: 1. Open the ISA Server Management Console and click Firewall Policy. 2. In the task pane, on the Tasks tab, click Publish A Web Server to start the New Web Publishing Rule Wizard. 3. On the Welcome To The New Secure Web Publishing Rule Wizard page, in the Name field, type a name for the rule, and then click Next. 4. On the Select Rule Action page, ensure that Allow is selected. Click Next. 5. On the Select Web Site To Publish page, in Web server, specify the RPC proxy server that you want to publish. This can be the computer name or the IP address of the computer. Select Send The Original Host Header. Click Next. 6. On the Select Public Domain Name page, type the public name with which users will connect to the ISA Server computer, and configure the rule to publish the \Rpc folder. 7. On the Select Web Listener page, select a Web listener that is configured to listen for HTTPS connections, and then click Next. 8. On the User Sets page, either accept the default of All Users or use the Remove button to remove All Users, and add the appropriate users. Click Next. 9. On the Completing The New Web Publishing Rule Wizard page, review the configuration, and then click Finish.
How to Configure E-Mail Access for POP3 and IMAP4 Clients
In addition to publishing Exchange Server computers so they can be accessed using Outlook as a MAPI client, ISA Server can also be used to publish Exchange Server for clients such as Outlook Express. These clients use POP3 or IMAP4 to read messages in the Exchange Server mailboxes and use SMTP to send messages to the computers running Exchange Server. Alternatively, these clients can be configured to use the secure versions of these protocols: POP3S, IMAP4S, and SMTPS. You can use the New Mail Server Publishing Rule Wizard to create a new server publishing rule for Internet protocol clients. When running the wizard, choose to create a client access rule, and then choose IMAP4 or POP3 as the client access protocols. If no publishing rule is configured allowing access to an SMTP server, then you also need to configure the publishing rule to support SMTP. When you configure the publishing rule, you can choose to enable the POP3, IMAP4, and SMTP secure ports. If you choose to use secure ports, all user logon and message transfer traffic is encrypted using SSL. This means that you must have a server certificate configured on the computer running Exchange Server.
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