Outlook web access script errors found while updating the toolbar

These are the same requirements necessary for mixed mode functionality between Exchange 2003 and Exchange 2007.Examples of Server Manager commands for the individual requirements: Server Manager Cmd -i Web-Server Server Manager Cmd -i Web-ISAPI-Ext Server Manager Cmd -i Web-Metabase Server Manager Cmd -i Web-Lgcy-Mgmt-Console Server Manager Cmd -i Web-Basic-Auth Server Manager Cmd -i Web-Windows-Auth Server Manager Cmd -i Web-Dyn-Compression Installation of EV components Installation of the EV OWA extensions is performed by running "Veritas Enterprise Vault OWA 2007 Extensions x64.msi" (default location on install media is \OWA Extensions\OWA 2007 Extensions) on each CAS role.

In this way, when users log in to OWA, Exchange thinks they are doing so from Internet Explorer 7 and none of the issues described above appear because IE7 is fully supported with Exchange 2007.Review the for a list of supported web browsers for Exchange 2007 and Outlook Web App.Exchange 2007 Environments: As a workaround, OWA users can turn on Compatibility View in Internet Explorer.Symptom 1: Users receive a script error when clicking on the scroll-bar for any drop-down selection (e.g.contact name, calendar appointments, meeting requests, time intervals etc.), except for the language drop-down selection window in spell check (see Symptom 2): Symptom 2: When users click the language selection scrollbar in spellcheck, instead of receiving a script error, the Spelling window disappears entirely: Exchange determines which version of OWA (OWA Premium or OWA Light) to use based on the user agent string that the web browser supplies to the server during communications.

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