How to publish Exchange 2003 and Exchange 2010 with ISA 2006


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I am a technology enthusiastic, I've been working as an IT consultant since late 2007, I attained extensive experience with Microsoft's Exchange Server, Active Directory, Forefront products and the Windows server platform. I love designing solutions, handling security measures, architecture and advanced troubleshooting.
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3 Responses to How to publish Exchange 2003 and Exchange 2010 with ISA 2006

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  2. Andre Pageot says:

    Hi llantz

    I wonder if you might share some advice. I currently have a setup where we have sbs 2003 running exchange 2003. I recently installed and configured Exchange 2010 running on server 2008. The coexistance is functional in the domain environment with the correct routing between the exchange servers. I have migrated 1 mailbox and can connect successfully internally. My problem is how to publish both exchange 2010 and exchange 2003 such that OWA for web browsing, RPC over http for outlook and activesync for mobiles like iphone, mda and android all operate from a single domain pointer ie mail.domain.com, and will allow users to connect regardless of mailbox location, be them in exchange 2010 or exchange 2003.
    I’m struggling to do this. My front end firewalls are isa 2006 and Forefront TMG. At present the Forefront TMG responds to the domain pointer and publishes all of the aforementioned for exchange 2003. What can I do to achieve my objective ?
    Look forward to your response

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