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Password Expiration Notifications in OWA

Posted on 2007-08-10
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Is there a way to set OWA to let users know that their password is getting ready to expire?
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Err, it's on by default. In fact, I don't know if you can turn it off. I'd have to check OWAADMIN (free download) if it's one of the on/off options.
It doesn't stay there all the time but when you first log on you'll see it. I'm looking at my corporate one now and it tells me three days (I had to log off and back on again to get the message up)
In 2007 the message is moved from across the main screen (Middle and right hand side) to the left folder pane.
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