Re: Exchange 2003 OWA problem

  • From: Phani Kumar <phani_phani@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "\[ExchangeList\]" <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 24 Jun 2004 22:15:20 -0700 (PDT)


     thanks for your mail.. you please check the
connectors once [ please establish correct relation
ship between two exchange servers.}

 i think this solution can solve your problem..




--- Raji Arulambalam <RajiA@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi
> I have a problem with some users trying to access
> their mailboxes via OWA.
> I have 3 AG with 2 Exchange servers in each. Users
> on Server1 in AG1 can access their mail with OWA,
> but a user on Server2 in AG1 can't. They get a page
> display error.
> I have RG connectors for these AGs
> Exchange 2003 on Windows Server 2003.
> I also use a SSL certificate for the OWA site.
> All access the page as https://Server1/Exchange/ 
> then enter their username/password.  I use forms
> based authentication.
> If the user is hosted on Server1 they get their
> mailbox, if the user is on server2, they get a page
> cannot be displayed error with the dns error page.
> Same goes for the other servers in other AGs.
> The same error if I use https://server5/exchange/.
> I notice that only server1 has the OwaLogon ISAPI
> filter installed, none of the others has it.
> Any clues as to what might be wrong.
> Thanks
> RajiA
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