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    OWA 2007 Rendering Problem

    I'm still fudging through my transition and my test account, whilst now able to successfully log on to Outlook Web Access 2007, renders like the attached picture. Can anyone tell me what is wrong and how to fix it?
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    Are the permisiions on the directory where OWA points to set correctly...?

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    check your settings on IIS if your able to conect then it is more than likely an IIS issue im not at home where my exchange 2007 resides but when i am i will take a look at the permissons and let u know

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    It connects fine. Just that no graphics etc appear. I'll go and check the permissions.

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    The permissions seem fine. One other suggestion is to uninstall\reinstall IIS on the Server 2008 box it lives on. Worth a try I suppose.

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    there's a little list of things to help with OWA issues here Resetting OWA Folder and IIS security permissions in Exchange 2003

    Its 2003 based, but most of it is still relevant

    or just recreate the virtual directory http://exchangeshare.wordpress.com/2...exchange-2007/
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    Thanks. I like MSExchnage, but there are a hell of a lot of articles to sift through to get the info you require at times.

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    The article is IIS6 and OWA 2003 based, so could be a little tricky in implementing some of the things an there :/

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    the permissions look alright then?

    And have you tried recreating the virtual directory?

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    Yup. Recreated it, uninstalled IIS and reinstalled it. Still not rendering correctly. It allows me to logon and the links work, but it looks like a CSS problem to me.

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    Is it possible to test it using the internal address rather than the external one?

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    It's not yet visible externally. All testing is being done internally.

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    It looks like you are accessing it via a fully qualified domain name is there an ISA server anywhere in your network that is publishing it. I had a simmilar issue where the publishing rule was setup incorrectly and it did not redirect the images directory correctly.

    If there is an ISA server it may be worth checking that it is at the latest patch level that supports the 2007 folder structure and republishing the server as an exchange box. Depending on the setup this misconfiguration is able to effect both internal and external clients indescriminatly.

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    sorry, I should have made myself clearer - if on the server itself you go to https://servername/owa it does the same?

    this looks similar.. OWA 2007/IIS 7 No Images - TechNet Forums

    Out of interest, does it do the same for the light client (from firefox for example)

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