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Hi,
I would like allow users to connect to owa without having the /exchange in the address. example: http://owa   would open owa. This is for internal use only.

Donnie
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    by:garyraife
    The "exchange" bit is your server name ie "http://<servername>/" dont think you can change this unless you rename your server.
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    It isn´t possible to change this direct on the Exchange Server ....

    Use another Web-Server an make an Redirect to https://<servername>/exchange

    Robert
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    by:garyraife
    Good idea robert!!!!

    Didnt think of that one!

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    by:Donnie4572
    Actually I found the "microsoft way" I think Robert is on the right track. Split points for effort.

    http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=319878

    Thanks
    Donnie
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