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Exchange 2007 - corrupt restriction filter data on OWA access

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Im no expert but it seems our exchange 2007 is jiggered. Can anyone point me in the correct direction as my IT manager hasnt got a clue.

Cheers Simon
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by:LeeDerbyshire
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I tried searching for your error message, and it seems like you have a encountered a rather rare problem, judging by the lack of search results.  I think this one:
http://blogs.technet.com/latam/archive/2008/09/24/owa-2007-exception-corrupt-restriction-filter-data.aspx
is suggesting that you run outlook from the desktop with the /cleanreminders switch, like this:

  Outlook.exe /cleanreminders

Might help...
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by:leehewson
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Hi Thanks for the speedy response. Internally emails are fine - its just OWA that doesnt work Strangly enough OMA works fine. Sorry for any confusion.

Cheers Simon
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by:LeeDerbyshire
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Yes, I understand.  But there may be a problem with your mailbox that the /cleanreminders switch will fix.  One thing you might try is to find out if all other users are similarly affected.
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Nope sorry did'nt work with the switch.
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by:LeeDerbyshire
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Hmm.  That was the only mention of it that I could find.  Do you know if any other users are affected by this problem?
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by:leehewson
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We all are - there are only 4 accounts on the server.
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The 8.1.291.1 displayed in the message indicates that the server is at rollup 3 level (assuming you have SP1).  Is it possible to install the rollup 4?
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