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jetskee -> Weirdest OWA problem I have ever seen - No Calendar, Contacts, Tasks (25.Jan.2010 3:32:51 PM)

MSExchange 2007 Enterprise on Windows 2008 Enterprise

I have one user out of thousands that only has "Mail" when logged into OWA.
No Calendar, no Contacts, no Tasks, no Documents, no Public Folders.
Just "Mail".   Hard to believe, but I can post screenshots if necessary.

If I open this user in Outlook, everything is there, so I know she has a Calendar
and Contacts, but neither is showing in OWA.

And, if I go to Options, anything to do with Calendar is gone as well. 
So is "Junk E-mail", "Rules", "Change Password".  And
under Message Options "Email Signature" is missing, but everything else
is there.

I have deleted just the mailbox and re-added a fresh one, and STILL, all
the user has in OWA is "Mail", even with an empty mailbox.

This is the weirdest thing I have seen.   Has anyone seen anything like this
before? I have "googled" but cannot find a similar issue.

I'm considering just blowing the entire A.D. account away and starting
over to see what happens, but I would like to find the fix if possible,
in case I run into this again.

Thanks.
- Chad




jetskee -> RE: Weirdest OWA problem I have ever seen - No Calendar, Contacts, Tasks (25.Jan.2010 4:30:23 PM)

Well, not so weird anymore.  We found where you can enable/disable
nearly every aspect of OWA through the Exchange Management Shell.

set-casmailbox <user> -OWACalendarEnabled:$true
set-casmailbox <user> -OWAContactsEnabled:$true
etc.

The mystery is how they got set that way for just ONE user..it
appears the EMS is the only way to do it, and there are only two
techs here that would have access, and neither of us disabled those
settings. 

All we can figure is something was set unintentionally during the mailbox
move from 2003 to 2007.




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