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How do I config the exchange and/or outlook properly to enable OWA?

Posted on 2006-11-14
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I have created VPC with following installations:

1) Windows 2003 SP1 (App server, DNS, DC, DHCP, etc.)
2) SQL Server 2000 (SP4)
3) Exchange 2003
4) Office 2003 Professional
5) WSS 2.0 (NTLM)
6) SharePoint Portal 2003

This VPC is for internal development and demo, that is why we have put everything on it.

Now I can access OWA (Outlook Web Access). I can see the folders on my left. However, it does not display the main content area. in other words, "Loading ....." is the only thing you can see in the InBox mail. It looks like the owa is looking or expecting something that is not available to it.

I am wondering what should I check and what do I do to handle this situation.

All suggestions are helpful. Thanks.
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Question by:chuang4630
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by:redseatechnologies
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Hi chuang4630,

MS have a whole page dedicated to this problem;

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/280823

Hope that helps,

-red
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by:Sembee
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Sharepoint and Outlook Web Access don't like each other.
You need to make changes to Sharepoint to get them to co-exist.
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?kbid=823265

Simon
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by:chuang4630
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redseatechnologies, excellent link, I'll read through it. BTW, how do you find this link on MS site?
 
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redseatechnologies earned 500 total points
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I knew it existed, so I knew what to search for.

If you know something is there, it is much easier to find it on google (much like anything really).  I think all i searched for was > OWA Exchange Loading <

I still recommend you check Simon's link first - I skimmed your question and missed the note about sharepoint.  Before you get into complicated troubleshooting, try the known issues.

-red
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