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Old 02-21-2007, 01:25 AM
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Setting up personal exchange server for direct push?

I very much like the idea of having the direct push that exchange offers, but don't want a third party involved (mailtoweb) or doing the polling that the other third party software does. So, I was wondering if anyone has had luck setting up their own exchange server at home to offer direct push?

BTW, My school has a partnership with MS so the CE/CS students get free legit versions of their software (Exchange Server included).

Thanks in advance for any info.
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I don't think I've heard of anyone around here having the Exchange software due to its price... we don't get those deals :P
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Most residential ISPs like cox or Qwest block ports 80 and 443 inbound so that end users cannot startup a web hosting site from their homes. Since most of information that Directpush uses is over these ports you will not have an out-of-the-box installation. For the most part however exchange is an easy install it just needs Active directory. Once you servicepack it up to 2 the Directpush is operational. You will have to customize the SSL and http ports that IIS sets for Activesync and you will need a certificate for SSL.
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Most residential ISPs like cox or Qwest block ports 80 and 443 inbound so that end users cannot startup a web hosting site from their homes. Since most of information that Directpush uses is over these ports you will not have an out-of-the-box installation. For the most part however exchange is an easy install it just needs Active directory. Once you servicepack it up to 2 the Directpush is operational. You will have to customize the SSL and http ports that IIS sets for Activesync and you will need a certificate for SSL.
Just to clarfify- Qwest does NOT block these ports and has no problem whatsoever with one of their customers hosting web sites. In fact, it's quite common for Qwest customers to host their own websites.

The faster upload is a MAJOR advantage to having DSL, so Qwest would be very foolish if they took away customers ability to take advantage of the faster upload...
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I did a quick search because I'm interested in this as well. The university I'm going to has the same kind of deal. We basically get a lot of M$ software for free. These two links look like they'd have some good info on setting up an exchange server but I didn't have a chance to read through them. http://www.techtutorials.info/exchsetup.html
http://www.computerperformance.co.uk...03_install.htm
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