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Exchange 2013 OWA

Exchange 2013 OWA

Exchange 2013 OWA

Currently our organization has an Exhcnage server 2007 enviroment, so i descided that we are going to do a migration to exchange 2013. Everything has went as directed with the co-existed enviroment up until a user that has been migrated from 2007 to 2013 tries to login to OWA.

When the user logs into OWA they are greeted with the message of "Use the following link to open this mailbox with optimal performance:" the link points to the 2013 server OWA and puts the user into an endless loop of this. Now any new user that is created can login without issues through the 2013 OWA. Now to the weird part.... if i call the server up by IP instead of URL it works without issue.

RE: Exchange 2013 OWA

check the internalURL or externalURL on the 2013 server for the get-owavirtualdirectory. One of those is likely to be wrong and causing the Proxying. Hence why the IP works.

Run through http://blogs.technet.com/b/meamcs/archive/2013/07/... if that isn't it and double check the whole shebang.

RE: Exchange 2013 OWA

Have you also checked your public certificates? Make sure SAN names are updated and that the certificate is installed on all servers.

I hope that helps.



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