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Cannot access Exchange 2007 OWA

Posted on 2009-07-14
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My OWA access has been working great. But now when I go to my site, webmail.gmsminerepair.com, I get a 403 - Forbidden error.
If I add the "s" to "http" OR add "owa" to the end of the address I can get to the logon screen.

The last thing I remember changing before was enabling SMTP service to my security certificate.

My redirect has been working ad nothing changed.
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So basically, redirection has stopped working (from http://webmail.gmsminerepair.com to https://webmail.gmsminerepair.com/owa).

Try to reconfigure the redirection on the Exchange server. What is the version of Operating system installed on the Exchange server ?

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I tried to reconfigure and it does not work. I am running Exchange 2007 on Windows 2008 Server Standard 64-bit
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Well....I reset the Redirect one more time and it didn't work so I rebooted the server and now it is working again. Go figure.......
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