• Microsoft to ‘Clutter’ Office 365 users with OWA upgrade

    Microsoft upgraded its OWA for Office 365 users to support Android devices and reduce email clutter, but IT pros say one update may hurt more than it helps.

    Ed Scannell1,305 pointsBadges:
  • Recreating IIS virtual directories for OWA, OMA and Exchange ActiveSync

    Exchange Server 2003 uses virtual directories in Internet Information Services (IIS) for a number of Microsoft Exchange services -- mainly, Outlook Web Access (OWA), Outlook Mobile Access (OMA) and Exchange ActiveSync. Learn three different ways you can recreate these IIS virtual directories if...

    SearchWindowsServer1,995 pointsBadges:
  • Repairing damaged OWA virtual directories in Exchange Server 2003

    Repairing corrupt Exchange Server 2003 virtual directories prevents Outlook Web Access (OWA) from displaying icons as red Xs or showing 'Loading' messages.

    Brien Posey12,300 pointsBadges:
  • Minimize remote and mobile Outlook Web Access (OWA) security risks

    Get tips on securing Outlook Web Access (OWA) for mobile users such as setting up a dedicated virtual OS and creating strict group policies to lock down IE.

    Brien Posey12,300 pointsBadges:
  • How do I grant users outside the LAN access to OWA?

    Our company has users who reside outside the local area network. What's the best way to grant those users access to Outlook Web App?

    SearchExchange4,840 pointsBadges:
  • OWA and Microsoft Outlook Calendar inconsistencies

    Calendar entries will not appear properly in Outlook Web Access if Outlook is configured to store its data to a .PST file instead of to the mailbox account.

    Brien Posey12,300 pointsBadges:
  • Tweaking Outlook Web Access timeout options

    Outlook Web Access (OWA) maintains two values for timeout options -- one for trusted clients and another for public clients. Learn how to customize OWA timeout options in the registry for optimal security.

  • Protecting Outlook Web Access from keystroke loggers

    Outlook Web Access is extremely vulnerable to keystroke loggers. This tip discusses the various methods available for protecting OWA against keystroke loggers, as well as their pros and cons. It then explores more secure alternatives to OWA that still allow remote users access to their Exchange...

    Brien Posey12,300 pointsBadges:
  • Secure OWA to minimize your risks

    There are a number of actions to take to implement OWA security, including obvious ones like creating strong password policies. Admins should also consider using other popular countermeasures to lessen risks.

    Richard Luckett545 pointsBadges:
  • OWA Light vs. Exchange ActiveSync on Windows Mobile devices

    Are you wondering whether to use Outlook Web Access (OWA) Light or Exchange ActiveSync for email messages on your Windows Mobile devices? This tip details how each method affects mobile device battery life, security, ease of use and cost.

    Brien Posey12,300 pointsBadges:

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