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Corrupt Active Server Pages causing OWA malfunctions

Corrupt Active Server Pages can cause serious Outlook Web Access malfunctions. SearchExchange.com expert Patricia Guerrero explains how to fix OWA issues related to corrupt Active Server Pages

In my agency, we have Outlook Web Access (OWA) running for staff to check e-mail from remote sites. When they try to forward or reply to a message, the Reply or Forward box flashes open, then closes, and they are not able to use these functions.
This problem may occur if Active Server Pages (ASP) are corrupt or missing on your server. Removing and reinstalling OWA should fix the problem.

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Related information from SearchExchange.com:

  • Expert Advice: How do I install OWA's logon.asp file?
  • FAQ: Outlook Web Access
  • Learning Center: Troubleshooting Outlook Web Access
  • Reference Center: Outlook Web Access tips and resources

  • This was last published in March 2006

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