However, if the ISA Server is not the problem, have you verified that your Domain Name System (DNS) host record still points to the correct IP address of your network?
For example, if you use https://mail.yourdomain.com/exchange as your OWA URL, make certain that mail.yourdomain.com resolves to the public IP address of your network (typically the firewall).
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