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OWA Problem

We have a sbs2003 server, owa was working fine.
We also host our own website on it. (html)
Some time ago someone made a new website with php. the guy had some troubles enabeling the php
on the server (not shure if he knew what he was doing) ..
Since then the trouble came with owa. If we want to access the owa everything is in plain tekst,
once we choose a name we get the normal login screen for owa once i'm logged-in i get the same
plain tekst with my inbox etc ..

Anyone any idea what's wrong ?
Thanks in advance,

Stefan


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13/07/2006    13:01        <dir> Administrator
13/07/2006    13:01        <dir> Carl
13/07/2006    13:01        <dir> Chantale
13/07/2006    13:01        <dir> Christiane
13/07/2006    13:01        <dir> SBSSERVER-SA
13/07/2006    13:01        <dir> SystemMailbox{DD6C51FE-F0B3-479B-A023-D3222A39A737}
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netvisie
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netvisie
1 Solution
 
SembeeCommented:
The virtual directories are probably screwed up. Reset them following this article.
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?kbid=883380

Simon.
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netvisieAuthor Commented:
Hey Sembee,

Thanks for your solution, i used the first method, and it worked fine.
Eveything is working again !

With kind regards,

Stefan
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