Sharepoint WSS 3: Cannot cut & paste onto custom list in Excel datasheet mode

When I open a custom list in Excel datasheet mode (by selecting under "Actions": "Edit in datasheet"....I try to cut & paste some fields from an Excel file. This operations fails, and an error dialog box appears, listing,

"The Access Web Datasheet is attempting to retrieve data froma different domain. You will be redirected to an error page. Contact your syatem administratior to resolve this error".

How can this problem be resolved.
Thanks in advance!
julioc1982Asked:
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ronney_leslieCommented:
are you using http or https. If using http only have you configured your server for https access too?

Ronney
vikas413Commented:
Hi,

The issue may be something to do with Alternate Access Mappings (AAM), please try to check your AAM configuration.

For more information about configuring Alternate Access Mappings
check this
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc263208.aspx

Hope it helps
julioc1982Author Commented:
Hi Ronney Leslie:
We are ussing http.
Thanks.
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julioc1982Author Commented:
Hi Ronney,
It looks like it also works for https, but when I try the same cut and paste operation, I get the same failed result.
julioc1982Author Commented:
Hi Vikas413,
I will check the AAM, thanks!
ronney_leslieCommented:
Just wanted to confirm that your site is set up for both http and https.

Your AAM settings should be like the following (assuming that your site is companyweb and your https is set up on port 444)

now the AAM settings are like this:

Internal URL                                                   Zone              Public URL for zone
http://companyweb.domain.local                Default           http://companyweb.domain.local
http://companyweb                                     Intranet          http://companyweb
https://companyweb.domain.local:444       Internet          https://servername.domain.local:444
https://servername.domain.local:444          Internet          https://servername.domain.local:444

This should work for you.

Let me know.
Ronney

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julioc1982Author Commented:
Ronney,
Thanks so much for your suggestion. I am waiting for our IT staff to implement it.
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