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Outlook Mobile Access problem

Posted on 2003-11-08
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I just did a Fresh install of Exchange 2003 Enterprise on Windows 2003 Enterprise. Everything is working accept for Outlook Mobile Access. When I browse to the web page http://servername/owa I get a logon prompt; I then enter username and password and I am taken to a white web page that says: "Your user account has not been enabled for wireless access. Please contact your system administrator for additional assistance."

I verified via AD users... that my user account has been enabled for Mobile access. I've checked Microsoft and no trace of this error. Any ideas?

Thanks,
Moe
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Is it enabled globally?
System Manager - Organization - Global Setttings - Mobile Services - Enable Outlook Mobile Access
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by:spider-moe
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ooooh yeah! Boy don't I feel stupified. Guess Exchange 2003 got the best of me last night :)
Thanks much Makr_Watson27! I just needed to enable it globally (Microsoft should change that error message, its misleading)

Peace,
Moe
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How did you set up OMA? I have just did the same fresh install...but not to sure on what to do from there to get OMA setup and ready to use. Thanks :)

Bill H.
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Billjh:
As this is a points based forum I suggest you post a new question, this will be noticed by everyone and someone will answer
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Yep good idea, I sliped, sorry.
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