Re: More OWA "Stuff"

  • From: John B <itcalif@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "\[ExchangeList\]" <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 23 Jan 2003 15:08:08 -0800 (PST)

Kelli, the first thing (which I don't know that it'll fix it) is I would 
upgrade to service pack 3. And the next thing I would check is to make sure 
that the user profile (you can use any) is setup to all HTTP connections to the 
mailbox. This setting needs to be enabled, is it? You can find this at Exchange 
user properties>Exchange Advanced>Protocol settings>settings.
 Kelli Irwin <kirwin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Hi All,

I've thrown this one out before with no success... but I figured, what the 
heck, with so many OWA "opportunities" floating around maybe someone has 
experienced and solved this. We are running Exchange 2K - SP2, in a typical 
Network and running MS ISA as our firewall/gateway. Last spring I had OWA 
running smoothly. We changed DSL providers. Now we cannot access our mailboxes 
via OWA externally... that is, from our homes. There are a couple people who 
CAN and they have dial-up connections. Some others have dial-up connections and 
they cannot. I have Cable connection at home and I can't access using OWA 
either. About 6 weeks ago I COULD but only if I went to our Web Site (we host 
our own web site) first then went to What we get is the logon 
screen, then after entering the username and password the "frame" of Outlook 
appears and the hourglass is running... and that's it!!! 

Any ideas would be appreciated.


Kelli Mariah Irwin 
Technical Specialist 

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