When you are running MainBoss Service and one or both of Web Requests/Web Access, you must tell MainBoss Service the name of your web site. To do this, follow these steps:
Once you make the above change, the URLs in e-mail messages should correctly refer to your MainBoss web site. To make sure, check the URLs in such messages to see if they look like they refer to your site. In Microsoft Outlook and Exchange, you can do this by pointing the cursor at the link, without actually clicking the mouse; the mail program will display a tooltip showing the URL associated with the link. The first part of the URL should refer to your web site.
However, there may still be problems. For example, your web site may be set up so that it accepts connections from your local network but not from computers outside your organization. If so, outsiders will not be able to use the given URLs. This is something to discuss with your IT department.