Create a New HTTP Server
When you install Exchange, an HTTP virtual server is automatically installed and configured to provide users with access to public and private folders. You can administer this default server only from IIS; however, users can access data immediately using the following URLs:
To provide for a number of different collaboration scenarios, you can create new HTTP virtual servers to supplement the access to folders that the default Web site in IIS provides. An HTTP virtual server is identified on the network by a unique combination of IP address, TCP port, Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) port, and host name. For each virtual server that you create, you must define one virtual directory as the root of the server for publishing content.
To create a new HTTP virtual server: