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Disabled users can still access mail through OWA

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I am using SBS 2003.  I just disabled a user and attempted to access her mail via OWA and was able to access it.  When I tried to login through RWW, the login failed.

Is there a lag period for OWA to stop working or am I missing something?

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There will be some delay.  How much will depend on how your system is configured.
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Thanks...I found that out.
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