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Outlook Web Access comes up 'page cannot be displayed'?

I am running Server 2008 and Exchange 2007. I will successfully configure Exchange and everything is working perfectly. OWA, sending mail, using Outlook, etc. I do a restart and OWA ceases to work - internally and externally. If I uninstall Client Access and re-install it, everything works great. Restart - and owa can't connect.

Https://mail.sae.net/owa is the OWA link - what is going on?

When I do restart, it does say how my profile wasn't able to load, but beyond that, I'm stumped. It's a brand new install.
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Run ExBPA see if any details in the result..
If not try by resetting the virtual directories in exchange..
Do you have any related errors in event log?
Is it Window 2008 on which you have Exchange 2007 installed??
If yes, when I check with https://mail.sae.net, it gives me a Under Construction page that is not available in Windows 2008. Check with your firewall if its pointing to the correct server or not?
Try this...

Copied from MS KB..
If you are running Exchange 2007 on a Windows Server 2008-based computer, you must also configure the Outlook Web Access server to allow content that is equal to the size of the maximum message size that can be sent by Outlook Web Access.

Refer : http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa996835.aspx
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