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I am running a windows 2003 server with exchange 2003
I would like to configure outlook web access on this server.
Please give me details on how to configure OWA on this server. Give me all the necessary stages.


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OWA is installed by default, open a web browser and in the address type http://servername/exchange or https://servername/exchange
then all you need to do is open port for either http port 80 or ssl port 443 on your firewal to forward traffic to the exchange server
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I have done as advised by ColinRoyds but still not working. When I go to a broswer I get this message:

The page cannot be displayed  
Explanation: The Web server refused the connection, possibly because a service on the upstream server is inactive.

What could be the problem. Could it be IIS

Please assist
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first check if it is working locally from inside your LAN, second open IIS go to the properties of the Exchange folders / directory security / allowed ip (or something like that) / edit and make certain all ip's are allowed except the list below.
then give it ago, let me know how it goes.
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by:anyirongo
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OWA is now working okay. The problem I have now is that it only works when I log into owa
using the administrator account. If i use other accounts it says not authorised.

Where can I enable other users to logon into OWA
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two things, first you might want to check your defauly domain policy and check that users have the log on locally right, this I would imagine is the problme, or otherwise go to ADUC / user properties/ exchange advanced / protocols / http / enable for mailbox.
But I think the log on locally will resolve it.
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great the solution you gave ColinRoyds is working. I enabled log on locally. But Now I have one other issue. When I change the email address in the users properties General tab or email addesses tab OWA stops working. the default email is abraham@zm when I change this to abraham.nyirongo@kpmg.co.zm I cannot log on to OWA

Where is the problem?
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if @zm is the original the domain whenyou installed, then you need to leave it in place and add a new one for @kpmg.co.zm and set this as default
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you should then have 2 addresses for each user
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is it all working yet then?
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that was good help Colin. Thanks

Abraham Nyirongo
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no prob
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