Exchange 2010 web access & misc questions

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tnt

Hello,

I just setup an Exhange 2003 enterprise & exchange 2010 std to learn more

about the applications, etc.

I have a few questions.

1) How do I access webmail in which the account is on exchange 2010 machine.

I tried http://192.168.1.142/exchange and got the 403 (Forbidden: Access is

denied).

In previous exchange (2003) I would get a prompt box asking for

username/password. I don't have a front end exchange server set up in the

testing environment.

2) During exchange 2010 setup, on one screen "Configure Client Acess server

external domain",it gives me the option to check the box that reads

"The Client Access server role will be Internet-facing." enter the domain

name...

If my live production already has an exchange 2003 as the front end

server, I don't have to check the box for this screen?

3) I assumed you can run Exchange 2003 Enterprise with Exchange 2010 Standard?

TIA,

tnt
 
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John Oliver, Jr. [MVP]

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John Oliver, Jr

MCSE, MCT, CCNA

Exchange MVP 2009

Microsoft Certified Partner

"tnt" <tnt> wrote in message

news:11AA2BAA-4F91-41F7-BBEE-05EFAB1F56D0@microsoft.com...
> Hello,

> I just setup an Exhange 2003 enterprise & exchange 2010 std to learn more
> about the applications, etc.

> I have a few questions.

> 1) How do I access webmail in which the account is on exchange 2010
> machine.

> I tried http://192.168.1.142/exchange and got the 403 (Forbidden: Access
> is
> denied).


Try https://192.168.1.142/owa



> In previous exchange (2003) I would get a prompt box asking for
> username/password. I don't have a front end exchange server set up in the
> testing environment.

> 2) During exchange 2010 setup, on one screen "Configure Client Acess
> server
> external domain",it gives me the option to check the box that reads

> "The Client Access server role will be Internet-facing." enter the domain
> name...

> If my live production already has an exchange 2003 as the front end
> server, I don't have to check the box for this screen?


I would read this first,

http://msexchangeteam.com/archive/2009/11/20/453272.aspx

> 3) I assumed you can run Exchange 2003 Enterprise with Exchange 2010
> Standard?


Yes.



> TIA,
> tnt
>
 
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tnt

John, thanks for the reply.

I will look into the stuff you recommended.

tnt

"John Oliver, Jr. [MVP]" wrote:


> Inline:

> > John Oliver, Jr
> MCSE, MCT, CCNA
> Exchange MVP 2009
> Microsoft Certified Partner

> "tnt" <tnt> wrote in message
> news:11AA2BAA-4F91-41F7-BBEE-05EFAB1F56D0@microsoft.com...
> > Hello,
> > I just setup an Exhange 2003 enterprise & exchange 2010 std to learn more
> > about the applications, etc.
> > I have a few questions.
> > 1) How do I access webmail in which the account is on exchange 2010
> > machine.
> > I tried http://192.168.1.142/exchange and got the 403 (Forbidden: Access
> > is
> > denied).


> Try https://192.168.1.142/owa
>
> > In previous exchange (2003) I would get a prompt box asking for
> > username/password. I don't have a front end exchange server set up in the
> > testing environment.
> > 2) During exchange 2010 setup, on one screen "Configure Client Acess
> > server
> > external domain",it gives me the option to check the box that reads
> > "The Client Access server role will be Internet-facing." enter the domain
> > name...
> > If my live production already has an exchange 2003 as the front end
> > server, I don't have to check the box for this screen?


> I would read this first,
> http://msexchangeteam.com/archive/2009/11/20/453272.aspx
> > 3) I assumed you can run Exchange 2003 Enterprise with Exchange 2010
> > Standard?


> Yes.
>
> > TIA,
> > tnt
> >
 
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