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How can I look up the OWA address for Exchange 2007?

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How can I look up the OWA address for Exchange 2007?

I have full administrative access to the Exchange and Active Directory servers.
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It will be an A record in your external DNS and not necessarily the same as the one on the properties under Server Configuration > Client Access > OWA
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open exchange management shell

type get-owavirtualdirectory |fl

and you will get all the info of internal and external url's of owa for all the client access servers you have on your organization
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This isn't necessarily the same as the A record that has been created in the external DNS as I already mentioned!
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