I recently started working for a company that has a SBS 2003 Premium server.
They have share point 3.0 running and working without issues but it looks like during the install they did not select to use OWA, or did not select the option so it could be accessed from the web.
I am trying to setup a web space or link from sharepoint to point towards a shared calendar in the public folders of exchange but I don't think I can do this until I can get OWA working and configured.
So to my question, is there a way to install OWA or configure it for web access or is that a one time option when you setting up SBS 2003?
I currently cannot browse to \\servername\exchange on the local network, although there isnt anything setup in IIS for owa either.
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