How can I disable the Outlook Web Access (2003) login popup box? I want the web login.

Posted on 2010-08-17
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Last Modified: 2012-05-10
I enabled Outlook Web Access on several 2003 SBS servers in the past. Usually when I login through Internet Explorer the webmail site gives me just the site itself with the Microsoft logo and the question: Domain\username:  and   Password:

With one server I get a Windows Login popup box and NO website of webmail at all. I would like to disable this popup and just get the regular login site.

Does anyone have any ideas?
Question by:Agrippa

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Razi_Ahmed earned 2000 total points
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you should configure SSL and form based autentication, check this

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That is the solution, thankx!!

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