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Posted on 2013-06-28
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When I try to login with my account I have no issues, but one user cannot login. EMC says owa is enabled for this user. I have tried turning owa off then on again and I tried running this command: Set-CASMailbox -Identity <username>@<yourdomain>.com -OWAEnabled:$true (with the proper user and domain info). No luck. Any thoughts? Running Exchange 2010.
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Did you or someone setup OWA on the exchange server, and is the service on or activated?
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by:Michael Machie
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Is the Domain name needed prior to their login? Are all attempts, that fail to access, being done from outside the local network?

IE/ 'Domain\login'

You are having no issues so OWA is active and working. When this happens it is usually a specific User or computer issue. Depending on how OWA was configured you may or may not need the Domain but start there.
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See if this link helps: here
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See if this link helps: here
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Don't think that is the link you meant to send nate. One is dead the other goes to a page about Microsoft lync server.
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Ok. Magically it is working now. Maybe when I sent through the powershell command it just took a bit to register the change. Thanks for the help all.
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This just started working a couple of hours after I sent the powershell command through. Not sure why the delay happened.
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