In our old Exchange 2003 setup, we had two Exchange servers. Neither one was a front-end server so people on server1 would need to go to https://server1.example.com/Exchange and people on server2 would need to go to https://server2.example.com/Exchange to check their mail (we had friendlier redirects setup). We require SSL on both instances of the webmail.
We are now beginning a transition to Exchange 2007 and a cleaner more user-friendly setup. We currently have the CAS server setup, and everything looks like its working so far at this point except for one little detail. When a legacy user attempts to logon to the CAS server, the CAS server is supposed to automagically switch them over to their appropriate mailbox server. This works to a point...
When a legacy user logs into the CAS server (for example sake the user's mailbox is on server1) the CAS server redirects them after a successful logon to http://server1.example.com/Exchange (note the lack of https). They then get presented with a not so friendly error telling them to use an https connection.
I can't seem to find documentation anywhere on this. Does anyone have any ideas?
Edit: As a clarification I would like the CAS server to correctly redirect to the https page. Could this be a setting on the 2003 servers?