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Windows Server 2008 R2 Thread, EX2010 SP1 has broken OWA!!! in Technical; Originally Posted by adamf It was RTM WAS !!!...
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    Quote Originally Posted by adamf View Post
    It was RTM
    WAS !!!

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    It has appeared to update fine for me, but then again this only my personal Exchange server!

    I thought the OWA from 2007 to 2010 was an improvement, but they've really nailed it with 2010 SP1.

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    its not really Service Pack 1, its Exchange Server 2010 with Service Pack 1. I've just done 3 server install with just the service pack

    never had to provide the original media / install files once. great improvement .

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    I did a Exchange 2010 SP1 Update fine also.

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    Can someone test this for me: go to your email via OWA, search for something....... does it appear?

    Since updating any time a teacher (well anyone infact) attempts to search it just sits on "searching" for ages and never gets anywhere wondered if it was just us or a bigger issue?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrbios View Post
    Can someone test this for me: go to your email via OWA, search for something....... does it appear?

    Since updating any time a teacher (well anyone infact) attempts to search it just sits on "searching" for ages and never gets anywhere wondered if it was just us or a bigger issue?
    yes it does work i've been using it a lot

    comes back virtually instantly as well.

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    Damn, that wasn't what i was hoping to hear, i wanted to blame it in microsoft

    EDIT: tried both firefox and IE to rule out web browser issue, not sure what's causing it baaaaaaaaaaaah

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrbios View Post
    Damn, that wasn't what i was hoping to hear, i wanted to blame it in microsoft

    EDIT: tried both firefox and IE to rule out web browser issue, not sure what's causing it baaaaaaaaaaaah
    i know its for 2007 but have you tried this?

    The Outlook Web Access search function does not work for some users in Exchange 2007

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    I ran the upgrade on friday, now users cant delete messages on the server, nor can they attach files to messages, get a little popup saying

    deleting -> "Your network connection isn't available. If the problem continues, contact your helpdesk with this HTTP Status code: 0."

    Attaching - > "The action you tried to perform couldn't be completed because there's a configuration problem on the server. If the problem continues, contact your helpdesk."

    any ideas?

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    Not exactly the same error, but the same end result. Have you checked for host headers on the site bindings on the default website in IIS?

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    Thumbs up

    Would you please explain what was wrong with your headers and what you have their now? I have the same problem and no matter what I do, I cannot get it working. Thanks.

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    Yep. On your CAS Server, open IIS Manager and select the Default Web Site. On the right hand side, under actions, click bindings. On one of the http bindings I had our internal FQDN for OWA and removing this fixed the problem.

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    Damn, I must have something else wrong as well. Thanks.

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    still having the problems.
    in bindings on default website I have 'http' 'host name is blank' 'port =80', have also tried the hostnames exchange2010 and exchange2010.rhsnet.local, none seem to make much difference, although when people access OWA they access https://exchange2010/OWA is this correct or should it be https://exchange2010.rhsnet.local/owa? i'm pretty new to setting up mail servers so go easy :P

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    I encountered the same issue and we found that a circular redirect had been populated into the web.config file on the Exchange Install Directory, ClientAccess, OWA

    I removed the follwoing lines from the web.config
    <system.webServer>
    <httpRedirect enabled="true" />
    </system.webServer>

    After resetting the IIS services on the server we are no longer seeing the OWA errors. We did not have this issue prior to the application of SP1.

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