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I need to be able to let employees access their email through the company website

Posted on 2002-05-26
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The company I work for has a website and a domain. We are using Microsoft Exchange with Outlook internally.
We have many  employees that are often out of town and need access to their email.  I need to set up
an email login on our website so that employees can receive their email away from the office. I also
need for this email access to give them the authority to delete mail remotely. When they return to the
office and logon locally for email they don't want to have to go through the entire email list again
and have to delete email a second time.
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Question by:carfloormat
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ereza earned 50 total points
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you can use the option of Outlook Web Access or OWA which is part of exchange server, both 5.5 and 2000.
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by:Ronin
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Yep.
Just don't put a link on the website.It's compromise security.Tell the link to users verbally.
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by:cfelch
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for some reason, users seldom remember the owa web address.  so i have a password protected employees only subweb that will have a link to it.
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by:Ronin
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OWA for Exchange at Exchange 5.5
Front End for Exchange 2000
Actially this the same just called differently.
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