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Otlook - OWA/OMA - Issue

Posted on 2012-12-27
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Dear All,

Good Day,

In Our Org we are using OWA/OMA to access the outlook from anywhere, its working fine,

OWA.Domain.com (Web Access)
OMA.domain.com (Mobile Access)

Instant of OWA/OMA can i use any others like below:

MAC.domain.com(Web Access)
OAC.domain.com(Mobile Access)

If yes please let me know how can i use, there is any special setting need to make.

Waiting for your support

Thanks
Kumar
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Simply put - yes, you can use anything you want - remote.domain.org; www.webmail.domain.org etc etc

http://www.ehow.com/how_7360112_change-owa-addresses.html
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New-OWAVirtualDirectory –Name FBA –WebSiteName FBA –InternalUrl https://testwebmail.mylab.ad/owa

New-OWAVirtualDirectory –Name FBA –WebSiteName FBA –externalUrl https://testwebmail.mylab.ad/owa
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