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Windows Server 2008 Thread, OWA 2007 Rendering Problem in Technical; Just uninstalling and reinstalling the client access role to see if there was any corruption within OWA. After that I'll ...
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    Just uninstalling and reinstalling the client access role to see if there was any corruption within OWA. After that I'll try the posts off the Microsoft forum. Ah well, I had nothing else on today (thankfully).

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    Problem solved. I uninstalled the client access server role, rebooted, reinstalled it and all is well. Lord knows what the problem was, but now it's fixed I'm not going to mess with it!
    Now then, what about that public folder replication problem..............

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    eeek..we had an issue with public folder replication

    was an absolute beast to get going again...whats the issue you're seeing?

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    It created the blank file to copy into then simply has not replicated. Our public folders are about 35MB in size and the blank DB is around 4.1MB. I've found a suggestion that if you stop your Ex 2003 server using a SMTP smart host (as ours does) and replace the smart host to point to the new Ex 2007 then it will replicate. But then no ones mail will get sent
    This sounds very plausible to me and I think I shall sneakily queue the mail for an hour to see if any replication occurs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Domino View Post
    eeek..we had an issue with public folder replication

    was an absolute beast to get going again...whats the issue you're seeing?
    So what did you do? As a test I've just deleted my SMTP internet mail connector (to a smart host), and the new public DB file shows activity at that time, but staff came in to work and I had to re create it
    I suppose that given a little longer it may have started to replicate (I've heard that it tries every 15 mins?), so I shall let them all know that at lunch time no mail will be able to be sent and only incoming mail can be dealt with.

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    we had to delete everything, recreate the public folder database, restore in the data then start it up again.

    Oh also, had to disable ipv6

    Don't ask me why...

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    Hello all.

    Sorry to raise this one up again - but I've got a similar problem with my OWA on Exchange 2007. It has been working fine but has decided to stop. I get exactly the same problem as the original poster had. Does anyone know the solution? I have been experiencing problems with my Exchange server since a recent power cut, so I increased the event log logging and that process set all of my Exchange services to "Disabled"!! I changed them all back over to Automatic and the main Exchange system is working again - but no OWA. When I checked Services again, WWW, HHTP SSL and IIS Admin Service were all set to disabled too!! I restarted them and OWA kindof started working again but not properly. I wondering if there are some services that aren't running that need to be? Also, this thread mentions security and virtual directories - can anyone tell me how to check to make sure these are setup right?

    Many thanks,

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