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I have setup an exchange server 5.5 with IIs 4.0. Now I want my remote users to be able to collect their mail through outlook web access. I get the Outlook logon screen, but as soon as I put a logon username and click, I get some type of VB error message. I know it's related to the file logonfrm.asp  but I don't know what to change, any ideas ?
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by:tiger13
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Are your user accounts in the same domain as your mail server?  If not, and you are using a version of IIS < 4, your users will need to identify themselves as domain\user in the logon.
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by:TSauer
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What for a operating system you are running on the client. Maybe you have to update the scripting engine
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by:denisnt
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My Exchange server is on the same domain as my user accounts and I am using IIS 4.0. Also, the client stations are on Windows 95.
Any ideas ?
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by:chris99
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What error message precisely do you get ?
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by:denisnt
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No error messages, it just keeps on searching and searching. I cannot get passed that yellow screen. I suspect that either my server or my station cannot support the VBScript language that is in the logonfrm.asp file. Where could I find a logon.asp and a logonfrm.asp file that works, so I can try it?  Is there anything I need to do on my server or on my station to recognize this VBScript language ? I been able to do the IIS Admin from a remote point without any problems.
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by:tiger13
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What's the web browser you're using?
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by:mdailey060898
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rerun the latest service pack to relink all files. After making any changes you need to rerun the service pack.
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by:denisnt
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I am using Internet Explorer 4.0.

What service packs need to be rerun. the service pack for NT 4.0 or the one for Exchange server 5.5 ?
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Take a look at the following URL:

http://support.microsoft.com/support/exchange/content/whitepapers/owa_tshoot.asp

It walks you through everything needed to get the Outlook Web Access client runnning properly.  I hope this helps.
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