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you can not access OWA wherever from internal clients or external clients.

The problem might be caused by the permission of IIS.
Let us double check the following:

1. Open IIS manager and then expand Server name Web Sites Default Web Site.
2. Right click Exchange and select Properties.
3. On Directory Security tab, click Edit on Authentication and access control column.
4. Make sure only the following boxes are checked: Basic authentication (password is sent in clear text)
5. In the “IP address and domain restrictions” section, click the Edit button.
6. Make sure “Granted access” is selected and there are no items in the list box.
7. Click the “Documents” tab.
8. Make sure “Enable default content page” is select and the following items are listed in order: Default.htm Default.asp index.htm iisstart.asp Default.aspx If any items are missing, please add them and make them the correct order.
9. Click Start->Run, type “iisreset” (without the quotation marks) and click OK. Then check if it works.

If the settings are correct, please try to check the following:

1. Check if OWA is enabled. Follow these steps:
1) Extend Active Directory Users and Computers.
2) Click users and right-click Administrator in the right pane.
3) Click Properties.
4) In Exchange Features tab, check if OWA is enabled.
2. Please check if you install URLscan or/and ran the IIS lockdown tool?
If so, please refer to the following KB article: 325965 The URLScan tool may cause problems in Outlook Web Access http://support.microsoft.com/?id=325965 309508 – XCCC: IIS Lockdown and URLscan Configurations in an Exchange Environment: http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;309508
Also please try to follow the detailed steps to reconfigure CEICW and you can also refer to the KB 825763:
1. On the SBS 2003 Server open the Server Management console. Go to Standard Management\To Do List.
2. Click the “Connect to the Internet” link.
3. Choose not to change the connection type and click Next. On the Firewall page, select “Enable firewall” and click Next.
4. On the “Services Configuration” page, select all the items and then click Next.
5. On the “Web Services Configuration” page, make sure “Allow access to the entire Web site from the Internet” is selected. If you select “Allow access to only the following Web site services from the Internet”, make sure the web sites you want to publish are selected. Click Next.
6. On the “Web Server Certificate” page, choose to create a new Web server certificate and then type the public FQDN of SBS.
7. Go through the remaining steps.
8. If you have a router or hardware firewall, configure it to forward inbound traffic on TCP port 443 to the SBS server’s external address. 825763 How to configure Internet access in Windows Small Business Server 2003 http://support.microsoft.com/?id=825763

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