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Exchange OWA Folders on SBS 2011?

Posted on 2013-11-26
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Did a migration from SBS 2008 to SBS 2011.  
Under IIS, there is no Exchange folder stuff...I have one user having trouble logging in to OWA, (You are not authorized) and there are no folders for it under IIS or InetPub....

Where are the folders for this stored now or did they not come over from the migration??
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Hi,

The Exchange usually falls under the Default Website. Is this not the case?

Other things to test -

If you login to the server and browse to https://localhost/OWA does this take you to the OWA landing page and can you login from there? The user might have to login with DOMAIN\username to get access depending on the config.

Mailbox folders in OWA is completely separate from IIS folders.

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Silly question but have you ran the 'fix my network' wizard ?
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by:dougp23
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swcomp, your localhost test does bring me to the Outlook OWA login page.
It looked like it was some sort of setting in SBS console.

donnk, where is that wizard and what does it do exactly about fixing the network?
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WIndows SBS Console - Network - Connectivity - Fix My Network

SBS platforms - stick to the wizards otherwise things tend not to work.
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Fixed?
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