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Spell Check is not working in OWA

Posted on 2006-07-21
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k, something else I am sure I have configured incorrectly, but we are unable to use the spell check feature in OWA.  When I click on spell check I receive the following error message back:

"The spelling in this item can not be checked.  Try again later."

What do I need to turn on or off to make this work?

Thanks in advance!
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Go to the Internet Information Services Manager, and open the properties for the ExchWeb Virtual Directory
Permissions need to be set as Scripts & Executables
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Thank you, that worked like a charm.  My peeps are happy.
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