My Google skills have apparently left me this morning. We are having a problem with a clients Exchange 2007 OWA. We migrated the bulk of mailboxes from 2003 over the weekend, but there appears to be a problem with OWA login. Users are used to using the /exchange in the url which should be fine, as if their mailbox is on the new server it should forward the user to the /owa directory. This works, albeit that it actually forwards them to /owa/exchange. If you remove the /exchange of course it works, but for some reason the redirection is doing this funky addition. We are using HTTP redirection in IIS7 on the default web site to forward users to the correct OWA address (https://***.co.uk/owa
). I can see that as a result the /exchange, /exchweb and /public folders have for some reason inherited that HTTP redirection. Could this be the cause?
Users that have their mailbox on the 2003 server are proxied correctly. Public folder access works fine (the public folders haven't been copied across to the new server yet).