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Outlook Web access

Posted on 2006-11-28
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We were having email problems, so I got on the phone with Microsoft and
resolved it. But during the process the tech changed a tcp/ip setting.

We have two network adapters on the server and they both had the same ip
address, so he changed one of them. Now we can't access Outlook Web
Access.
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If you have already spoken to Microsoft about the problem and paid the fee, call them back. The problem hasn't been resolved.

Simon.
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