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Default Front end OWA 2013 with Apache revers proxy


I am trying to take an existing Apache server on Fedora and add reverse proxy to an Exchange 2013 server for OWA.

I've done this before but with Exchange 2007 and the same config doesn't seem to work with 2013.

I am using the same 3rd party certificate for Apache and Exchange.

Most of the other How To's that I have found seem to use Apache only for OWA, forwarding everything to Exchange. Or expect all the config to be in one file instead of Fedora's collection of several files. I have existing web pages this server is delivering so the How To I am looking for would add the https://yourdomain.com/owa/ url to an existing config.

Hope you can point me to a good How To.
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