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Logging onto exchange using Outlook Web Access

Posted on 2013-01-12
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I can log onto OWA  using my account followed by either the local domain name or the actual web address.
Is there away to set exchange that you can log on using only the local domain name which is not known by outside persons

Here is example how I can logon.

 localdom\myaccount

mail.domain.com\myaccount
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Question by:cebu1014
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by:Xavier_arena
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Hi,
 
Please just change the internal address of the OWA by implementing the below steps:
 
In EMS, run set-owavirtualdirectory –identity “server name\owa (default web site)” –internalurl:https://mail.domain.com/owa
 
After that, run get-owavirtualdirectory –identity “server name\owa (default web site)” |fl server,name,internalurl,externalurl command to check whether the configuration is correct.

 try to access the URL in internal computer and share the result
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long story short no you can't. there is a lot of posts out there and a lot of suggestions but none works as far as i know
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by:Manpreet SIngh Khatra
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Anyways you do a OWAAddress\AccountName or OWAAddress\AccountEmail address ... you will have to provide the Credentials only way i can think of is use some specific Browser and Cache the Credentials for that Link

- Rancy
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by:LeeDerbyshire
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You mean in the URL? How about configuring localdom to be the host header name for the default web site? Or do you mean in the username field of the logon page? Although I've never heard of being able to use the server name as part of a logon name.
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