When you install Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server, an HTTP virtual server automatically provides support for Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning (WebDAV). You can administer this default server only from Internet Information Services (IIS); however, users can access data immediately using the following URLs:
The Exchange virtual server provided is the same default Web site provided by IIS. Three virtual directories are listed below the server; Exadmin for managing administrative tasks, Exchange for providing access to mailboxes, and Public for publishing documents in public folders. Using System Manager, you can create new HTTP virtual servers that provide access to mailboxes. You can also add virtual directories for any HTTP virtual server in Exchange.
To provide additional HTTP support: