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I have two domains (D1 & D2)in my organisation. D1 is running Windows Server 2003 and Exchange 2003. D2 is new running on Windows 2008 server and Exchange 2007. OWA is being deployed on D2 and undergoing testing. D1 and D2 are connected to 2 different ISPs (ISP1 & ISP2). D1 is connected to ISP1 through a Cisco 1841 router serving as a firewall, D2 is connected directly to ISP2 for the purpose of testing. The problem is that users can connect to their mailboxes from any other ISP but cannot connect from D1 using ISP1. I tried connecting directly using ISP1 without passing through the router and it worked. What can I do to allow users connect to OWA on D2 without bypassing the router? Please help.

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  • Brett Duxbury
    Brett Duxbury Mar 26, 2017

    Hi blss, we want to help you with your question, but we need more information from you. Can you please add details in the comment box?
    Domain one are they on a cisco switch . Does the router have vlan settings or traffic restrictions set ? Can domain 1 get through the router ? ping an internet address or use tracert on an internet address from dos prompt to see if they can get through the router.

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