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Issues with OWA/Auto response

Posted on 2013-12-16
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We are running Exchange 2010. I have noticed an issue with OWA.

You log in fine, but when you go to options/Set automatic replies it takes you back to the login screen but then does not accept log in credentials. Happens for every users so must be a server side setting?

Any ideas?
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Sounds like you may be running the forms based login for OWA, which may be your issue. You would know this by if when you go to your OWA web server to login, your users get a popup screen to enter their credentials, then you are using standard authentication and if you get an actual login screen it is forms based.

If it is standard authentication, then you can check and change this on the Exchange Server, in the Management Console, Go under Server configuration and then Client Access. On the "Outlook Web App Tab", go to the properties of your site and the authentication tab and choose the Forms Based Login. Then try to logon and access the Auto Response again.

Good luck,
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by:Nick Smith
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Checked and it's already set to forms based login.
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