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OWA Says Loading... - 29.Jul.2004 5:19:00 PM   
asifmcp

 

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I have E2k with SP3 on W2k with sp4. When I access my mailbox via OWA its says me "Loading", I wait more than 10 to 15 mintues number of times, but there is no progress.
No Error or Warning message related to Exhcange Server in Event Viewer.
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RE: OWA Says Loading... - 29.Jul.2004 10:50:00 PM   
MCSE-2000-2003

 

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You may want to make sure that your site is a "trusted" site in your browser.

If it isn't you will get an error loading the messages in your actual inbox.

in IE :
tools -> internet options -> security tab

Click on the trusted sites and add it.

or you can change the script security settings for the internet zone but I wouldn't recommend it.

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RE: OWA Says Loading... - 29.Jul.2004 11:56:00 PM   
Henrik Walther

 

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Try this:

- On the Tools menu in Internet Explorer 6, click Internet Options.

- Click Languages, and then add the language that you are using.

- Close all of the browser windows that are open.

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RE: OWA Says Loading... - 30.Jul.2004 3:48:00 PM   
asifmcp

 

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I dont understand what are you saying. Because My OWA was running fine before a week.
Here is my UrlScan file, may be its helpful for you for troubleshoot this problem.

[07-30-2004 - 18:45:17] ---------------- Initializing UrlScan.log ----------------
[07-30-2004 - 18:45:17] -- Filter initialization time: [07-30-2004 - 18:45:17] --
[07-30-2004 - 18:45:17] ---------------- UrlScan.dll Initializing ----------------
[07-30-2004 - 18:45:17] UrlScan will return the following URL for rejected requests: "/<Rejected-By-UrlScan>"
[07-30-2004 - 18:45:17] URLs will be normalized before analysis.
[07-30-2004 - 18:45:17] URL normalization will be verified.
[07-30-2004 - 18:45:17] URLs must contain only ANSI characters.
[07-30-2004 - 18:45:17] URLs must not contain any dot except for the file extension.
[07-30-2004 - 18:45:17] Requests with Content-Length exceeding 30000000 will be rejected.
[07-30-2004 - 18:45:17] Requests with URL length exceeding 16384 will be rejected.
[07-30-2004 - 18:45:17] Requests with Query String length exceeding 4096 will be rejected.
[07-30-2004 - 18:45:17] Only the following verbs will be allowed (case sensitive):
[07-30-2004 - 18:45:17] 'GET'
[07-30-2004 - 18:45:17] 'HEAD'
[07-30-2004 - 18:45:17] 'POST'
[07-30-2004 - 18:45:17] Requests for following extensions will be rejected:
[07-30-2004 - 18:45:17] '.bat'
[07-30-2004 - 18:45:17] '.cmd'
[07-30-2004 - 18:45:17] '.com'
[07-30-2004 - 18:45:17] '.htw'
[07-30-2004 - 18:45:17] '.ida'
[07-30-2004 - 18:45:17] '.idq'
[07-30-2004 - 18:45:17] '.htr'
[07-30-2004 - 18:45:17] '.idc'
[07-30-2004 - 18:45:17] '.shtm'
[07-30-2004 - 18:45:17] '.shtml'
[07-30-2004 - 18:45:17] '.stm'
[07-30-2004 - 18:45:17] '.printer'
[07-30-2004 - 18:45:17] '.ini'
[07-30-2004 - 18:45:17] '.log'
[07-30-2004 - 18:45:17] '.pol'
[07-30-2004 - 18:45:17] '.dat'
[07-30-2004 - 18:45:17] Requests containing the following headers will be rejected:
[07-30-2004 - 18:45:17] 'translate:'
[07-30-2004 - 18:45:17] 'if:'
[07-30-2004 - 18:45:17] 'lock-token:'
[07-30-2004 - 18:45:17] 'transfer-encoding:'
[07-30-2004 - 18:45:17] Requests containing the following character sequences will be rejected:
[07-30-2004 - 18:45:17] '..'
[07-30-2004 - 18:45:17] './'
[07-30-2004 - 18:45:17] '\'
[07-30-2004 - 18:45:17] ':'
[07-30-2004 - 18:45:17] '%'
[07-30-2004 - 18:45:17] '&'
[07-30-2004 - 18:47:22] ---------------- UrlScan.dll Terminating -----------------
[07-30-2004 - 18:47:22] ---------------- Initializing UrlScan.log ----------------
[07-30-2004 - 18:47:22] -- Filter initialization time: [07-30-2004 - 18:47:22] --
[07-30-2004 - 18:47:22] ---------------- UrlScan.dll Initializing ----------------
[07-30-2004 - 18:47:22] UrlScan will return the following URL for rejected requests: "/<Rejected-By-UrlScan>"
[07-30-2004 - 18:47:22] URLs will be normalized before analysis.
[07-30-2004 - 18:47:22] URL normalization will be verified.
[07-30-2004 - 18:47:22] URLs must contain only ANSI characters.
[07-30-2004 - 18:47:22] URLs must not contain any dot except for the file extension.
[07-30-2004 - 18:47:22] Requests with Content-Length exceeding 30000000 will be rejected.
[07-30-2004 - 18:47:22] Requests with URL length exceeding 16384 will be rejected.
[07-30-2004 - 18:47:22] Requests with Query String length exceeding 4096 will be rejected.
[07-30-2004 - 18:47:22] Only the following verbs will be allowed (case sensitive):
[07-30-2004 - 18:47:22] 'GET'
[07-30-2004 - 18:47:22] 'HEAD'
[07-30-2004 - 18:47:22] 'POST'
[07-30-2004 - 18:47:22] Requests for following extensions will be rejected:
[07-30-2004 - 18:47:22] '.bat'
[07-30-2004 - 18:47:22] '.cmd'
[07-30-2004 - 18:47:22] '.com'
[07-30-2004 - 18:47:22] '.htw'
[07-30-2004 - 18:47:22] '.ida'
[07-30-2004 - 18:47:22] '.idq'
[07-30-2004 - 18:47:22] '.htr'
[07-30-2004 - 18:47:22] '.idc'
[07-30-2004 - 18:47:22] '.shtm'
[07-30-2004 - 18:47:22] '.shtml'
[07-30-2004 - 18:47:22] '.stm'
[07-30-2004 - 18:47:22] '.printer'
[07-30-2004 - 18:47:22] '.ini'
[07-30-2004 - 18:47:22] '.log'
[07-30-2004 - 18:47:22] '.pol'
[07-30-2004 - 18:47:22] '.dat'
[07-30-2004 - 18:47:22] Requests containing the following headers will be rejected:
[07-30-2004 - 18:47:22] 'translate:'
[07-30-2004 - 18:47:22] 'if:'
[07-30-2004 - 18:47:22] 'lock-token:'
[07-30-2004 - 18:47:22] 'transfer-encoding:'
[07-30-2004 - 18:47:22] Requests containing the following character sequences will be rejected:
[07-30-2004 - 18:47:22] '..'
[07-30-2004 - 18:47:22] './'
[07-30-2004 - 18:47:22] '\'
[07-30-2004 - 18:47:22] ':'
[07-30-2004 - 18:47:22] '%'
[07-30-2004 - 18:47:22] '&'
[07-30-2004 - 18:48:25] Client at 192.168.0.26: Sent verb 'SUBSCRIBE', which is not specifically allowed. Request will be rejected.
[07-30-2004 - 18:48:25] Client at 192.168.0.26: Sent verb 'SUBSCRIBE', which is not specifically allowed. Request will be rejected.
[07-30-2004 - 18:48:26] Client at 192.168.0.26: Sent verb 'SEARCH', which is not specifically allowed. Request will be rejected.
[07-30-2004 - 18:48:26] Client at 192.168.0.26: Sent verb 'SEARCH', which is not specifically allowed. Request will be rejected.

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RE: OWA Says Loading... - 30.Jul.2004 6:26:00 PM   
Henrik Walther

 

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Did you try to disable URLScan to see if URLScan was causing the problem?

Below MS KB article is a good read when using URLScan on an Exchange 2000/2003 Server:

309508 - IIS lockdown and URLscan configurations in an Exchange environment

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RE: OWA Says Loading... - 4.Aug.2004 1:47:00 PM   
pduivenvoorden

 

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i caught the same problem over here mabey this wil
work for you,

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;280823&Product=exch2k

the most stuppied thing is that when i log in with my PDA it just works!

[ August 04, 2004, 02:12 PM: Message edited by: Pietro ]

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RE: OWA Says Loading... - 10.Aug.2004 4:17:00 PM   
JonthanP

 

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I have a similar scenario, but even more strange. IĂm running W2k, SP4 with Exchange 2003 original release (yet to apply SP1).

OWA works find for all users during normal business hour, but gets this "Loading..." message every day after hour. The placeholder images appear where the toolbar buttons and icons typically appear. Instead of ˘username/password÷ logon, it asks for ˘˘username/password/domain÷ logon.

I'm not aware of any pre-scheduled tasks (except backup runs midnight), or time restriction on router or server. During the same period, the exchange server can be accessed from Internet through Terminal Service. OWA comes back working normal the next morning.

I went through MS KB 280823 as well as some article (http://www.winnetmag.com/MicrosoftExchangeOutlook/Article/ArticleID/43162/MicrosoftExchangeOutlook_43162.html), but didn't find any solution yet.

Can anybody share some light? Many thanks.

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RE: OWA Says Loading... - 12.Aug.2004 2:59:00 PM   
travelfreak

 

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Hi,

same here. Running a W2k3 Server with Exchange 2003. A few users told me about problems that after Login its Loading .... Well, i cannot recover this problem, because if i logged in
at home with this users account and pw its
allright.

Strange ?!? I bymyself have never had problems with login at any places.

marcus

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RE: OWA Says Loading... - 22.Nov.2004 8:54:00 AM   
acung

 

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Hi, I have the same problems. But I can used it using Netscape (working well as expected), but still failed with IE...????
Any ideas ?

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RE: OWA Says Loading... - 16.Dec.2004 2:12:00 AM   
Guest
This fixed my problem. THere is an IIS cache on your computer that needs to be dumped. You also need to delete the temp files on the client side computer. please read this MS article and follow it. Do both the download and then the work around. THis has been kicking my butt for a week and has worked great! http://support.microsoft.com/?id=831464

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RE: OWA Says Loading... - 20.Dec.2004 8:36:00 AM   
acung

 

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I have fixed my problem. Follow an instruction in this link to modify your URLScan tool setting (already sent by Henrik above)http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;q309508
and make sure if your Exchange virtual directory use basic authentication. Then check your exchange server security policy to allow authenticated users to logon.

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