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From "Covington, Chris" <ccoving...@plusone.com>
Subject RE: [users@httpd] case insensitive ProxyPass?
Date Thu, 22 Jul 2004 20:57:46 GMT
>> I want https://www.example.com/Public as well as 
>> https://www.example.com/public as well as 
>> https://www.example.com/PUBLIC to be proxied.

>This is not really the best of ideas, since URLs are case-sensitive. 
>But you can probably do this using:
>
>RewriteRule ^/public/i(.*) https://www.example.com/public$1 [P,NC]
>
>That won't fix the ProxyPassReverse header rewriting.

Thanks Joshua.  It is a Windows webserver, so the case-sensitivity
shouldn't be an issue and is the cause of the problem with the
application being proxied (Outlook Web Access).  I've noticed sometimes
OWA will request /Exchange instead of /exchange, etc.  So I far I'm
using the following which seems to get 99% of it:

#OWA
ProxyPass /exchange https://exchangesrvr.example.com/exchange
ProxyPassReverse /exchange https://exchangesrvr.example.com/exchange
ProxyPass /Exchange https://exchangesrvr.example.com/exchange
ProxyPassReverse /Exchange https://exchangesrvr.example.com/exchange
ProxyPass /exchweb https://exchangesrvr.example.com/exchweb
ProxyPassReverse /exchweb https://exchangesrvr.example.com/exchweb
ProxyPass /public https://exchangesrvr.example.com/public
ProxyPassReverse /public https://exchangesrvr.example.com/public
ProxyPass /iisadmpwd https://exchangesrvr.example.com/iisadmpwd
ProxyPassReverse /iisadmpwd https://exchangesrvr.example.com/iisadmpwd

Chris

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