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Http 503 service error on webmail public folders

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We have an exchange 2003 server. Webmail is working but when I click on the public folders icon I get the 503 service unavailable error.
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Two things to check...

1. On the Exchange virtual folders in IIS Manager (\exchange \public \exchweb \exadmin) that the authentication type is set to basic and integrated ONLY. Furthermore \exchweb also has anoymous access enabled.

2. Check/reset your OWA virtual folders using this article at MS:
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?kbid=883380

Simon.
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