Is there a way to limit access to the OWA in 2007 or 2010 so that the users will have access inside the LAN and still not have access from the DMZ?

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I want to move away from the Fat client for email and only use OWA for 90% of the company. Issue is I cannot have the end users accessing the email from outside of the building. Is there a way to limit access to the OWA in 2007 or 2010 so that the users will have access inside the LAN and still not have access from the DMZ?

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ASKED: March 19, 2010  7:06 PM
UPDATED: March 19, 2010  7:48 PM

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Don’t expose OWA to the Internet. if it is not available they can’t use it

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    Sure, just don't expose the OWA URLs publicly. If they're only published internally users won't be able to get to them through the firewall. This would be the same as only allowing access once the user has VPN'ed into your internal network.
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