From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; PPC Mac OS X; en-US; rv:1.0.0) Gecko/20020529 BuildID: 2002052918 My company e-mail access is through Microsoft Outlook Web Access for Microsoft Exchange Server. The initial entry page loads and asks for my alias. After the alias is entered, I should get a login box asking for by user ID, password, and domain. Instead I get a white screen. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1.You'll need an Exchange Server set up for web access to test. Using my login would give you access to my corporare exchange server. 2.Log into the exchange server using owa.domainname.com. 3.Enter your alias. 4.press enter key or click on the click here link. Actual Results: The login screen never comes back. The browser displays a white screen. Expected Results: Mozilla should return a login screen requesting User ID, Password, and Domain Name. AOL browsers also have this problem. Haven't tried Netscape. I'm hoping it's not an issue where Microsoft won't give you the ability to access Exchange through any browser except theirs.
Doug, is it attempting to access an https:// URL, by any chance?
Possibly a duplicate of bug 23679.
Greg, No, it is not accessing an https:// URL. It's accessing an URL named http:/ /owa.shieldingforelectronics.com. Since you don't have my access, you could try this URL to at least geta view of the entry page if it helps. Doug
re: comment #2 I do not think so, as OWA supports Netscape.
we need a packet trace to see if the server wants NTLM for the authentification. But it reall looks like that the problem is NTLM because you get a domain field. Reporter: Can you try to generate a networking log ? I dunno if this works, never tried it on Mac. Please try to login and after you failed close Mozilla and atatch the log to this bug. =============================================================================== On Mac: Create a text file that contains the desired commands in a text editor such as BBEdit: ARGS: -mail (Only if you want to Log Mail&News) ENV:NSPR_LOG_FILE=[filename] ENV:NSPR_LOG_MODULES=nsHttp:5 Save this file and drag and drop this file on the Netscape/Mozilla application icon. The log file is created in the seamonkey folder. ============================================================================
This may be obvious, but having set up Outlook Web Access in the past, I thought I'd mention it. Outlook Web Access can be set to use HTTP Basic Authentication, NTLM Authentication, or both/either. The setup screen muddies the waters a bit by showing the options as "Basic Authentication" or "Secure Authentication". Any admin not very versed in Microsoft Newspeak (tm) could easily set their server up for secure authentication only, figuring that it's more secure. If so, bugs here could be very server-specific. I personally know Moz had no issues with Basic Authentication the last time I had to use Outlook Web Access. Another big question would be whether Outlook handles the Basic+Secure setting correctly. I don't have the server to test this out with anymore, unfortunately.
Since accessing the URL and trying to log in using IE results in an authentication dialog featuring a Microsoft logo, that server is probably configured to use NTLM rather than basic auth.
HTTP/1.1 401 Unauthorized Date: Sun, 16 Jun 2002 14:39:29 GMT WWW-Authenticate: NTLM Connection: Keep-Alive Content-Length: 0 Content-Type: text/html Set-Cookie: ASPSESSIONIDQGQGGHJW=MJOHOBOCGGEPKKCPGIJBJDEI; path=/ Cache-control: private
WWW-Authenticate: NTLM *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 23679 ***