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OWA not functioning in premium mode externally only (works in basic)

Posted on 2008-10-13
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OWA is not functioning externally with premium acces. It comes up with an unspecified error on line 269 char 4. Now the issue is, ive tested it successfully interally on the same version of IE. Additionally it works on basic mode externally just fine, so the firewall is not an issue. Dont have a clue on this one but I have about an hour to figure it out. Please hurry.
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by:AdamRobinson
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Have you re-run CEICW?
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Looks like this worked from a different external machine, have no clue why or what the difference was but it worked. Must be something with my particular machine then I suppose
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