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Access Denied in Public folders via OWA 2003

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I am running a mixed mode Exchange 5.5 and Exchange 2003 site.  The public folders are still on the 5.5 box but are being replicated to the Exchange 2003 server.  The permissions work fine using the full Outlook client but when trying to open word or excel docs in any folder via OWA my users get an
"You are not authorized to view this page" message when double clicking the word doc inside this public folder.  This happens to everybody including the owner of the folder.  It happens inside the firewall and outside the firewall but only when using the Outlook web access client.  I have installed SP1 on the Exchange 2003 server and the 5.5 server is still at SP4.  These are Exchange SP levels.  Any suggestions or solutions?  Thanks in advance.


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which OWA, 5.5 or 2003?

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Perfect. Thanks.
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