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WebMail Http 404 File not found error

Posted on 2005-04-21
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Last Modified: 2011-04-14
Hi all,

I am experiencing a strange probem with webmail on a 2000 SBS server.

Clients can connect ok, and view emails but they are getting the odd email that opens up with a HTTP 404 File not found error.

Any help would be greatfull.


Question by:exedos
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eatmeimadanish earned 1000 total points
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Thanks for that :) It was a URLscan.ini issue!

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