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Exchange 2010 SP1 Changing OWA page

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I'm moving from Exchange 2003 to 2010. In 2010 how can I remove access to features. For instance, any references to I.M, mobile phones etc..

Also on the initial login page can I remove the option for users to select public or private?? What is the difference between the two?
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Thanks for the reply but I do see how to edit the OWA page or limit it feature for users
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Check this KB

http://www.exchangeinbox.com/article.aspx?i=145

hope this helps
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This are good articles but now quite what I'm looking for..

I trying to find how to administrativly control what menus's and features are accessable to users via OWA. Also I do not what the priative / public option present on the default OWA page how can I get rid of this?
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I just read an article that states the public / private login screen is generated by the forms-based authentication. If I disable forms-based authentica and enable stand is shoud get rid of this..

What about controlling the options /featuers users have access to via OWA
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you can look at OWA Segmentation section. I think, that is max we can do.
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