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How to reinstall exchange 2003 webmail components

I installed Exchange 2003 on a server and everything appeared to be fine. This week we discovered some needs for webmail and upon closer inspection the webmail does not work at all. It appears that previously the default web site in IIS was changed to some sort of squirrelmail or other webmail site and it doesn't look like Exchange found the Default web site (which is not listed in IIS) and didn't completely install exchange owa. I do have some Exchange components in the Application Pools but I'm not sure how to get webmail working. Is there a way to re-create the Default website in IIS and reinstall just the webmail components? All other aspects of Exchange are working great and we've been using it for months now.

This is on Server 2003 Std SP2 and IIS6
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Alan CoxSr. Systems Engineer | Lead Microsoft CIE Qualified FacilitatorCommented:
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Alan CoxSr. Systems Engineer | Lead Microsoft CIE Qualified FacilitatorCommented:
how are we doing on this?
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LockesysAuthor Commented:
Still looking for a way to reinstall just the webmail components and not have to uninstall/reinstall the whole exchange server.
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Alan CoxSr. Systems Engineer | Lead Microsoft CIE Qualified FacilitatorCommented:
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LockesysAuthor Commented:
I am following up with the tech to see if this last solution worked. thanks
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Alan CoxSr. Systems Engineer | Lead Microsoft CIE Qualified FacilitatorCommented:
No problem. I've had to do it many times.
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LockesysAuthor Commented:
this solution helped reinstall the correct components
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