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Strange behavior from a Windows 2000 Exchange Server and OWA

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I have recently moved my Exchange Server to a new box. I turned on OWA on the new box and now my users see directories when they connect to their mailboxes from off-site. We used to see a graphic interface very similar to Outlook running on a user computer. I still have the old server online and I have matched the settings between the two servers but I still get the directory interface instead of the graphic interface...any suggestions?
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I think its found in IIS. Check the Q289869 artikel from Microsoft KB
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Yep that was it...of course now that I have the davex.dll file I need to fix the problem of the whole interface not opening correctly (lots of script errors) saw another Microsoft article on that stuff and another article or two here on that so will follow up with those...

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