OWA Password Change Option

Posted on 2007-08-02
Last Modified: 2010-03-06
I have a friend who connects to to a remote exchange 2003 server.  In his OWA options area, there is an option to change password.

By contrast, when I remote into my Exchange accout via OWA, I do not have such an option.

Now, I DO have a computer on my domain, so my Exchhange account is naturally tied into my AD account. But he does not, but is using Exchange as a mail service, whereas I am remoting into a corporate network.

Is the password option he sees in OWA--->Options something that can be enabled in OWA in my case . . . . or since he has no other password control, is this feature enabled for him but unavailable for me. And, I was wondering if it is some third party layer that adds that ability to his OWA??

Any ideas?
Question by:Mixmangle
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    check this:

    Can I enable user password changes through Outlook Web Access (OWA) in Exchange 2003?
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    Sorry gents. I got caught up in a major problem that took me off-focus for a while.  Great answers. Thanks

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