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Change Password for Exchange 2003 OWA Domain name problem

Posted on 2004-09-02
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After a long struggle, I was able to setup SSL with OWA and enable change password function.  Everything works great, but somehow the domain name in the change password screen were cut off.  Instead of domain\username, it showed omain\username, missing "d".  Once I put the "d" back, it'll work fine.  Without the "d", the account did not exist error comes up.  Anyone has the same problem and any solution to this?  Thanks!

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It didn't have the option to put in points when I create this question.  Is there any way I can add the points back?
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Thanks RomMod, but I already created the same question over in the Exchange are with 150 points.  Can you please help delete the 50 points question form the Exchange area?  Sorry for any inconvenience.
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No problem, asllin. Thanks for letting me know. Good luck!

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Thank you!
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