I have seen postings to similar types of errors posted here before, but none that describe the exact problem that I am having. The Microsoft fix when receiving the error did not help:
. I will try some of the other recommended solutions, but I still wanted to post my question to see if anyone had a sure answer.
Anyway, here is the problem I am having, along with all of the users on my network who connect via Outlook Web Access.
When viewing email in OWA via Internet Explorer 6 SP1, I can log in fine and see the email in my Inbox, but the folders do not display in the left-hand pane. When I click the folders button, I just get "Loading...", but nothing appears. At the bottom of the screen is a java script error that reads:
Error: Invalid procedure call or argument
(Microsoft says that the fix for this error is the link that I posted at the top of this message, but that did not resolve the problem)
Continously hitting the refresh button will sometimes bring up the folders, but not everytime. One strange thing is though, is that this problem doesn't happen if I connect to OWA when connected through Netscape. The folders can be displayed fine. Also, this problem used to only occur when dialed up over a phone line. When connected directly to the LAN, everything was fine. But now both dialup and the LAN users are having this problem. I've searched on the web and a couple of sites mention that I might see these kinds of conditions after loading Exchange SP3. I loaded SP3 in September, and this is about the time that one of our users said he started experiencing the problem. Its been like this since apparently, though I wasn't aware of it until about a month ago. Please help if anyone has any sugguestions. I'm assuming that this is a problem residing within the configuration of OWA (file permissions, settings, etc), but not sure. Being that Netscape works, I cant be sure where the problem lies. This question is worth 500 points, since I need to get a solution soon. Thanks.
To better help solve the problem, here is the configuration that I have:
W2K Advanced Server w/ Exchange 2000 SP3, and latest hofixes.
Clients use W2K w/ Internet Explorer 6.0 SP1