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Hello,
I need to browse to the default OWA directory/folder for an Exchange 5.5 website.
I tried pointing to another website, and lost the original website in the process.  I need to original website back but am not sure where to point to in IIS.
Thanks!
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You can see the default settings for Exchange 5.5 OWA here:

http://www.netometer.net/video/indexkey.html?tutorials/defaultowa55/index.php

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U can see the below link from technet that will help u to configure the OWA on other website other than the default website . Which is i think u are trying to do originally ..

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/246203/EN-US/

Amit.
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