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Outlook Web Access - Form Based Authentication

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We currently have Exchange 2007 SP1 with Outlook Web Access. OWA is setup for Form Based Authentication using the default, "domain/username" login. We would like to change it so that two different ways of authentication can be allowed. We would like to configure it for "Domain/Username" and "Username" with a default domain. Is this possible?
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