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Can't expand OWA public folders get error Your browser's security settings won't allow access to this folder from this page

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We are using Exchange server 2003.  I have a ton of public folders with subfolders.  We can get to all the public folders and expand them except for three of them.  When we click to exapnd these three folders, we get the error message:

Your browser's security settings won't allow access to this folder from this page

We can click on the root of the folder and not get an error, but we can't expand them to see the folders underneath.

I have checked the security settings in Active Directory and in Excahgne manager.  They are set corretly.  Any ideas?

Thanks so very much.

Natasha
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What are the names of the folders? Do the folder names have anything special in them?

Simon.
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The folder names are like:  GL-333_Glen Eden
They all have a dash and an underscore in them.  All the ones that we can expand have the same naming convention.
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Have you tried recreating the folders and moving the content across?

Simon.
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Thanks - this is what I ended up doing.  It fixed the problem.
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