I have the same problem but only with I.E. 6.0 if I use Netscape fromQuote:>We are running OWA on SBS 2000. I actually have two networks running
>this same setup. No SSL. OWA zips right along inside the network but
>from outside, even over dsl or cable, it is agonizingly slow. The
>logon screen comes up quickly, and the individual items in folders
>such as contacts and emails open at a decent pace, but the initial
>loading time along with switching from folder to folder is like
>molasses. Do I need to forward more than port 80 on my firewall, am I
>missing a setting or is this just the way it is? If so, anybody know
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I have Outlook Web Access located on a server running IIS 4.0 and Windows NT
The exchange server is running Exchange 5.5 SP4 on Windows NT SP5.
The users can access the initial login page almost instantly and enter their
username and password. Once they press OK it takes 1 or more minutes before
their mailbox is displayed. Once the mailbox is displayed speed is
excellent. It is only the login process that seems to be the problem. Any
It is using clear text authentication.
11. Slow Web Access