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 Hi Everyone,

I have an question about Enable Use Outlook Web Access Light on a ISA 2006 OWA publish rule. The problem is that i must now if this settings can be configured on Exchange 2003 our on ISA 2006 OWA rule?

How do i enable this one on ISA 2006 Web publish rule:
http://uksbsguy.com/blogs/doverton/WindowsLiveWriter/You.Youveseenaserverupdatewillfixitbutyo_8A0D/image_1.png

I hope somebody can help my, because i cannot find enough info on the internet.

Thanks,


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i cannot untick the Use Outlook Web Access Light option. this check box is disable

i am using windows 2008 enterprice with exchange 2007 enterprice sp1

When I go to reply to a message using Outlook web access, the box where I am
supposed to type my response has an "x" in it and it will not let me type
anything. Help!!!

I have a problem trying to answer my emails using Outlook Web Access - I can
read emails but when I try to answer or try to write a new email I get the
address and subject fields but where the text should be all I get is a small
red cross in the top left hand corner of the text box.

I'm using IE v7 under Vista.

When I check my mail using outlook web access and i try to reply, compose or
forward any emails (it allows me to type) every time i hit SEND...I get an
error message stating the IE has encountered a problem and must close...it
then closes all IE window and reopen....this also occurs if i try to close a
new mail, reply or forward window as well

could anyone help me...??

I am running Exchange Server 2003 and sometimes connecting to email using
Outlook Web Access. I would like to set up a shared contact list with a few
distribution lists in the Public Folder store. When I am connected remotely
using Outlook Web Access I can see the contacts in the Public Folder, but how
can I send a new message and choose one of the distribution lists that is in
there? All I get when I start a new message and click the "To" box is a
choice of searching in the Global Address Book or Contacts. The only contacts
I can find are people in my personal contacts list. Is it possible to choose
a distribution list when using Outlook Web Access?

Is it possible to use Outlook Web Access account via Outlook (PC Access)?

We are using Outlook Web Access only. Is there a way to share calendars?

Is it possible to use Outlook Web Access account via Outlook (PC Access)?

Is it possible to use Outlook Web Access account via Outlook (PC Access)?

Hi there!

Does anybody know a small tutorial which descibes howto enable https-access
to the outlook-web-access feature?

Thank you in advance, lg John

I recently installed Exchange 2003. When I try to use Outlook Web Access
(e.g. http://servername/exchange), I do not get the Outlook Web Access login
screen. Instead, I get a Windows prompt for domainuserid and password. Once
I enter the correct ID/password, I go to the Inbox screen as I would expect.
Why am I not going to the Outlook Web Access login screen? I've enabled
forms-based authentication and set cookie authentication time-out values for
both Trusted and Public access. What am I missing? Do I need a certificate?
If so, how do I create and store one?

Thanks.

Hello,
I have to shutdown my exchange 2007 to put another mail server software with linux...this is my boss order...
Is it possible to keep using Outlook Web Access ? and use Exchange like a front server ??

thanks for helping me...

We are running one Exchange 5.5 server with SP4 on Windows NT 4.0. We use Outlook 2000 client as well as Outlook Web Access. Recently we installed Outlook 2003 on some users computers. After this install, Outlook Web Access no longer funtioned. Microsoft article #818709 fixed the problem. But now non Outlook 2003 registered users do not see content when opening e-mail in Outlook Web Access. Does anyone have any ideas?

I use Outlook Web Access to read my work emails at home. Had no problems
until after I installed both Vista and Office 2007 this past weekend. I am
able to contact the work server with not proble, and read the emails, but I
cannot answer or reply. When I hit the REPLY icon, I get a new message box
and it enables me to fill in the receipant, etc, but in the message box there
is a small box with a red X and it will not let me reply. Any solutions or
similar problems?

I use Outlook Web Access to read my company email, but I am unable to reply
or send messages. I am running Vista OS and have disabled pop up blockers,
but still unable to send email. Receipt is fine, reply and send do not work.
I get a small box with a red x in the upper left hand corner of the reply or
message area.

Corporate IT does not know what to advise. Thanks,

bingram

Hi--

Is it possible to retreive my Outlook Web Access mail through the Apple
Mail application? I don't know what settings to use--i.e. POP? IMAP?
Exchange? Also, what would I fill in for the "Incoming Mail Server"
and the "SMTP." And what are the port numbers?

Please help!
Dominique

I am unable to reply or compose msgs using MS Outlook Web Access. Am able to
retrieve and open msgs, but when I hit "reply," the message body is grayed
out and has a red X.

A point of information: I have Microsoft Office 2007 installed on the
computer, but it doesn't seem that MS Outlook was included in the software
package. Could this be the problem, or is it just as simple as changing some
of my Internet Explorer settings?

Thanks!

Hi--

Is it possible to retreive my Outlook Web Access mail through the Apple
Mail application? I don't know what settings to use--i.e. POP? IMAP?
Exchange? Also, what would I fill in for the "Incoming Mail Server"
and the "SMTP." And what are the port numbers?

Please help!
Dominique

I'm trying to use Outlook Web Access (provided to us as part of Windows 2008
Small Business Server) to share a calendar from Office Outlook 2007. I've
read posts that describe adding the name of the user whose calendar I wish to
access to the exchange mailbox URL, but the OWA interface provided by SBS
seems to "lock" the URL so that it cannot be modified. I assume that this is
part of what SBS does to manage access.

My users can see Outlook non-default shared calendars on our intranet, and
those for whom I've configured Outlook Anywhere profiles can access the
non-default shared calendars from their machines elsewhere, but ideally, we'd
like to have access to a shared (non-default) calendar from any web-enabled
computer that allows us to establish an SSL connection to our SBS server via
Remote Web Workplace.

Several of our users are non-techies. Solutions that require them to do
things other than point and click; e.g., appending text to URLs, won't work
for them.

Am I missing something in the capabilities of Outlook Web Access? Can I
accomplish my goal by publishing my NON-DEFAULT calendar to MS Office online
using Windows Live ID?

Thanks so much for any help!

I use Outlook as a mail client to a POP3 account and would also like to set
up web access so that I can access my email from other PCs via the web whilst
still leaving the messages on the mail server for later synchronistaion with
Outlook on my main PC. Can I use Outlook Web Access (and how) or will I need
a different web email client (suggestions please?).
Many thanks
Brian

getting "error: access is denied" in my browser when using Outlook web
access to access email on an exchange 2003 server.

The account that is denied was able to regularly login thru the web
until last week.

I can use another email account, from the same browser, to access
email.

I remote desktop to the server, using active directory, I see nothing
disabled for the account, no differences between the account that can
access email thru the web and the account that cant.
- in account options, nothing is checked
- "outlook web access" is "enabled using default protocols"

I see nothing in the event log. How do I get exchange to tell me why
it is denying access?

thanks,

getting "error: access is denied" in my browser when using Outlook web
access to access email on an exchange 2003 server.

The account that is denied was able to regularly login thru the web
until last week.

I can use another email account, from the same browser, to access
email.

I remote desktop to the server, using active directory, I see nothing
disabled for the account, no differences between the account that can
access email thru the web and the account that cant.
- in account options, nothing is checked
- "outlook web access" is "enabled using default protocols"

I see nothing in the event log. How do I get exchange to tell me why
it is denying access?

thanks,


New machine running Windows 7, microsoft office 2010. Using Microsoft Outlook Web Access (v 2003) to get to work email.

I'm able to download word 2000 or 2003 documents just fine yet a single Word 2007 document (docx) is automatically being saved as a compressed folder (and I can't change the file type in the save as window) - I let it download this way and thought I'd extract the document but the actual document wasn't to be found. Just computer-ish support stuff.

Any suggestions? "Docx" documents are already tied to Word according to the control panel for managing software.

PS: I was able to download the file from that same email on my PC that is running Windows XP Home, microsoft office 2003 via the Microsoft Outlook Web Access v 2003 portal.  It correctly identified as a 2007 Word document on the "save target as.." and then ran the conversion/reader to allow my 2003 version to open it. Both machines running same anti-virus program. I was also able to open the file if I forwarded the attachment to a commercial email service without any problems.


We have Exchange 2007. 

Most of us use Outlook Web Access.  Is it true that email messages can be safely viewed in the Reading Pane because malicious scripts or attachments are not opened?  Or can we still get a virus using the reading pane?


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