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I am getting 403 - You are not authorized to view this page when opening OMA (OUTLOOK MOBILE ACCESS)

I have done the following http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?kbid=817379 - still with no luck

Any ideas?

Exchange 2003 SP2 on a Windows 2003 SP1
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by:sumitshukla
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by:George Sas
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How are you opening OMA ?  Just in a browser ?
Be sure you have the following permissions set in the IIS on the OMA folder :  "Basic Authentication" and at the default domain you have : \
Then be sure that you have READ permissions on the "Virtual Directory" on the IIS and that "Scripts" have execute permission.

You could also enable logging on the web server and look in the log file to see what it happends when you access OMA.
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by:duemes
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I look at both of these implemented sumitshukla's suggestion and verified GeoSs's - I had permissions set right on the OMA folder and changed the default domain to MYDOMAINNAME.COM to \

I am accessing OMA right now via a browser.....

http:\\mail.MYDOMAINNAME.com\OMA

I have never got this to work....OWA (Outlook Web Access) is working, but not OMA

I can't even sync with my Treo - but I was told that ActiveSync uses a part of OMA - so I wanted to start there first.
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by:duemes
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I got everything working....for some odd reason - I made the compression for Form Based from HIGH to LOW and it worked...I then moved it back to HIGH and its still working - my philsophy - dont touch what isnt broken
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by:George Sas
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Hehe , good philosophy but still strange.
Did you maybe had some services stopped ?
It is always a good ideea to enable logging and see from the server side the errors.
Glad you made it work.
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by:duemes
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on another note - would you have any idea why? - http://www.experts-exchange.com/Hardware/Handhelds_Wireless/Q_22056440.html
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