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I have a Small business server 2003 running Exchange 2003 and have been accessing the administartors mailbox via the server and OWA. For no apparent reason I can no longer access it. Just receiving the default IE message that it cannot display the web page.

Any help much appreciated!

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Question by:ComputaPitstop
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by:flyingsky
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Is this just for the admin account or for all the accounts?
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gzarnick earned 500 total points
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Check IIS and make sure the websites are running.
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by:ComputaPitstop
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Gzarnick,

Thanks very much! Company web had stopped for some unknown reason.

Thanks for your speedy solution!
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by:gzarnick
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No problem.  I would go into services and make sure that IIS Admin starts automatically so you don't have the problem on a restart or something.
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