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E2K OWA Public folders not visible

Posted on 2004-09-29
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Hi,
In outlook web access, i have managed to remove "public folders" from browser display three months ago. Now i have to make it visible again, but i don't remember whether it was a registry change or OWA page modification. And i can not reach the documents that helped me before in internet. I have one backend and one frontend server.
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by:rhandels
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Hi,

I would say that this is a site change. But do you see the folders in a MAPI client?? Or is the link to the Public Folder not available.

Normally, i wouldn't really advise to change something to the OWA sites, you'd better do an install of the latest SP, this should normally fix things... But here's where the

%ExchangeFolder%\Exchweb.
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by:tmogulkoc
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Folders in MAPI is visible (no problem), link to the pıblic folders is not visible in Internet Explorer.
IIS seems to be ok. (public, exchange, exadmin folders are available). I don't think about installing the exchange SP again.
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Then i suggest searching in the folder i posted above.. But still, it's not a best practice to change these things...
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I would say points for me. His best guess is to do a reïnstall of the latest SP, even if he doens't really want to do this...
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