Outlook Web will not open emails after successful logon

Posted on 2006-05-07
Last Modified: 2010-04-08
I have attempted every hint I could find on this matter. I am able to successfully logon onto Outlook 2003 Web Access. It shows me I have email messages but when I click on the message it will not open the email, the lower left cornor of the webpage displays error on page. I am running Exchange 2003 on SBS 2003. All updates have been installed. I also changed Exchweb, Exchange, Public, Exadmin, Excahnge-OMA to basic authintication per a help did speed up logon time but still did not allow me to open an email.
Question by:ccole1974
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    First thing to do with any OWA issues is flush out the temporary internet files on the client. Then login again.


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    I had to disable ASP 2.0 on the default website in IIS and everything started working. This was actually done by Microsoft. It seems there is a problem with ASP 2.0 that keeps Outlok Web from working.

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