Why can't one of my clients, who is using Mac OS Leopard, see more than email in Outlook Web Access?

Actually a couple of employees who use a Mac at home are telling me they cannot see anything other than email when accessing their company's Outlook Web Access, which is Exchange 2007. I'm hoping there is a solution to this. Thanks!
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Stephen CroftTechnical ArchitectCommented:
More than email?

As in Calander etc?
Check the following:

Update to the latest version.

Try Firefox.

Check the server, make sure it's not set up in a way to only allow certain browsers.

Have you considered setting up RPC over HTTP for the Mac users?  With Microsoft Office 2008 for Mac, they can get mail, calendar, contacts, etc all into an Outlook-esque client. Works MUCH better than OWA.

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WineGeekAuthor Commented:
correct, they cannot see calendar, contacts, public folders, etc. just the mail part.

Thanks calltms. I'll try your suggestions.
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WineGeekAuthor Commented:
Is there anything specific I need to be looking for on the Exchange 2007 server that will allow Mac access to all features of OWA? This is Exchange 2007. Thanks.
WineGeekAuthor Commented:
I'm probably going to end up enabling RPC/HTTP and let her use her Outlook 2008 on her Mac..... but.... I am still curious what's preventing her from seeing the other components of OWA... if anyone knows.... :)
Stephen CroftTechnical ArchitectCommented:
The only thing I can think of is that she is using the "Light" client.

Install Safari (or Firefox should do) on a Windows pc and see if you get different results. If you do (i.e. if it's a full mailbox) then I'm stumped.
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