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Password expiry warning via e-mail

Posted on 2008-06-25
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Does anyone know of a way to send password expiration warnings to domain users via e-mail / Exchange?  I know that sysoptools.com can do it, but I don't want to shell out cash for this if possible.
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Sorry, should have specified Windows SBS 2003 and Exchange 2003 SP3.
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...and Outlook 2003
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I figured this out to my satisfaction, although the warning is not by e-mail.

I enabled the password change function in Outlook Web Access.  When you do this, warning start appearing on the main page in OWA when a user logs in.  

It's not the ideal solution, but it solves my problem of remote users not seeing password warnings (since all of our remote users use OWA when on the road).
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