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'g_flsMimeInstalled' is undefined error in OWA

Posted on 2004-04-06
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I have a stock install of Win2k3 SBS.  When accessing OWA from a client machine the view panel doesn't come up, and I get the following error:

Line: 15
Char: 30
Error: Object Expected
Code: 0
URL: https://central/exchange/BBJLaw/Inbox/?Cmd=contents

If I right click on a message and then try to open it I
get:

Line: 256
Char: 2
Error: 'g_flsMimeInstalled' is undefined
Code: 0
URL: https://central/exchange/BBJLaw/Inbox/?Cmd=contents

I can see the list of mail messages and their
sender/subject lines, but can't see the content of any
messages.  Any ideas?

Thanks in advance,
James
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by:Gareth Gudger
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This same problem was fixed in this thread....
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Networking/Email_Groupware/Exchange_Server/Q_20836945.html

Kidego final accepted answer was...
"since you're using SSL, turn off Windows integrated auth, and just leave basic. Make sure you've forced 128 bit by checking that box on the Exchange virtual directory"
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by:DemandredG
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Actually that thread did not fix the problem.  I did, however, find the solution.  Apparently there is an error with 2k3 SBS that can cause IIS to corrupt its temporary files resulting in denied access:  

http://support.microsoft.com/?id=831464

This patch resolved the issue.
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by:Gareth Gudger
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Glad to hear you fixed it. You can post a refund for points in the community section.
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