I recently had a problem with OWA and Outlook RPC over HTTP. The problem appeared to be the self-signed certificate so at the suggestion of alanhardisty I purchased an SSL certificate and installed. All was working fine after that and I awarded the points happily and all was good. Yesterday it was reported to me by one of our field guys that he could not access OWA. I tried it in-house and it worked. Last night I tried it from home and it did not work. Now this morning from in-house, I cannot access. I've been playing with it and setting a permission on the exchweb directory helped get me to the SSL login prompt but after logging in I get an "Unspecified error" in IE. I will admit once again that I am no IIS expert and "get by with a little help from my friends" as once sung by Joe Cocker. Any help would be much appreciated. thanks - kevin
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