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"Forbidden" pop-up after clicking send with OWA

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We have a SBS 2K3 network. Everything works great in the office and even when outlook is connected to the exchange server over a VPN. HOWEVER, when I (or anyone for that matter) log onto http://domain.com/exchange, I am able to log on, read my emails, see my calendar and contacts, but WHEN I TRY TO SEND (new, reply, or forward) an email - A pop-up comes up in the middle of the screen that simply says:

Forbidden

Please help

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by:brrapier
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Got It!

I went to Exchange Admin Console and expanded: servers/protocols/http . Then right click exchange and choose properties. click the access tab and uncheck directory browsing.
Click apply and OK. After that go back and re-check the directory browsing box. Apply and OK and you should be set.

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