The best place to start to attempt to identify the problem is to look at the configuration of the public virtual directory within your default Web site in Internet Information Server (IIS). In the Security tab, make note of any restrictions that are there, including IP address, SSL requirements and authentication methods. Compare these to the settings of your Exchange Server virtual directory and then report back to us for a follow...
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