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Exchange 2003 shows splash screen but when logging in error 404

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Hello All,

When attempting to log into exchange, I see the splash screen from both inside and outside of the network.  However, once I pluggin the credentials.  I get a error 404 (this page cannot be found.)

When i go into IIS Manager and click on the exchange website it cannot attach to the network.  I enter take defaults and then I see the exchange properties.  

I noticed:
Exadmin, Exchange, exchange-oma all have empty directories

Now blackberry phones on network cannot access email.

Please help
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http://support.microsoft.com/kb/883380

is the answer. Reset the default virtual directories that are required to provide Outlook Web Access, Exchange ActiveSync, and Outlook Mobile Access services in Exchange Server 2003
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