Currently we have set up a majority of our users to access their email using OWA (Exchange 2010). They do this when they are at work so the access is internally. However, we also allow a certain group of our employees public access to OWA. What I want to do is restrict the majority of users from accessing OWA publicly while maintaining their access internally. Any ideas on how to do this is greatly appreciated.
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