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How do I fix my exchang2003 einternet mail after maing a dumb move and installing php in iis 6?

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I am runing a 2003 server with iis 6 exchange 2003 and sql 2005. The box is a webhost, mailserver, dns, and domain controller.   Everything has been working fine, untill a project I was working on reqired a bit of php.  I installed php on the server based off of a tutorial I found browsing these forums.  After I installed php 5.x my exchange web mail the " outlook web interface"  stoped being displayed.  Now when people log in to check their mail they see a directory of user names.  I think installing the php killed the asp that was the site.   Is there a way to fix my exchange problem without having to uninstal?  I have prohibited the php from runing on that web page thinking that would stop it, but it hasn't.

Please help.

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