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YI have tried everything. I have done the virtual directory reset. I have reloaded IIS, and nothing that any suggestion here or anywhere is fixing the problem.

What I am seeing is when I try to access a mailbox via IE 5 or better, it looks like it is trying to load the reach client instead of the rich, but gets stuck on loading. Go into firefox or netscape, and the reach client works fine. It doesn't even look like in IE 5 or better is trying to get the rich client. Please help!
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Troubleshooting OWA when the content frame displays "Loading": http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=280823
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No good. Did all of that too. Again, it looks like it is trying to load the reach client on IE. But it loads the reach client fine on netscape. I really do not know what else to do here other than rebuild the server. How painful will that be and do I need to do anything special on the exchange 5.5 side (i.e remove ithe servver from the exchange 5.5 directory)?
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Wait a minute, first you say Outlook Web Access 2003, and then you say Exchange 5.5. Could you explain your setup?
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yes, owa on echange 2003. In a mixed mode ebvironment (i.e. exchange 2003 joined into an exchange 5.5 org). This has nothing to do with ouwa 2003 not working thoigh. I have been wasting too much time going round and round and I want to rebuild the exchange 2003 server. I have uilt another 2003 server running adc and srs on it for the time being. SHould rebukind the original 2003 server (being that it is the first 2003 server in the org) be a problem? Is there anything I need to look out for?
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Yes, there are several things you need to be aware of when removing the first Exchange 2003 server from the site. Check out this KB article: http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;822931
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This question is now almost two months old. Could you award the points?
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