within IIS is got:
Public: M:\domain.com\PUBLIC FOLDERS
and the ISAPI filter is there....
Associated Business & Technology Group
I should've known that....but I had a brain fart.
> chech the attached file and ensure your configuration matches the screen
> replace vmnet.com with your mail domain
> also ensure Default web Site had "Microsoft Exchange Web Component" in the
ISAP filters list.
> It should point to something like <exchange install
> > I am looking at another server from a different client that works and
> > is no default.asp in that directory, but it works fine. Also, in my
> > clients IIS, the Excahnge, public and Exadmin webs are red error
> > but it works.........
> > --
> > David Lozzi
> > Associated Business & Technology Group
> > www.associatedbtg.com
> > I should've known that....but I had a brain fart.
> >>looks like you foobared the directory index in IIS. Ensure you find
> > default.asp
> >>>Trying to use OWA, but when I access it through the web, I get a
> > directory
> >>>listing of the folder, instead of the actual OWA. If I remove the
> > for
> >>>Directory Browsing, I cannot access a thing.
> >>>David Lozzi
> >>>Associated Business & Technology Group
> >>>I should've known that....but I had a brain fart.