Wazoo Posted April 27, 2008 Share Posted April 27, 2008 Wazoo: The http(s)://domain/Exchange format is typical for Outlook Web Access (OWA), the "webmail" included with Exchange 2003 (and maybe 2000). I know it was dropped from the 2008 version, causing most people I know not to upgrade. Most people I know would not be advertizing that link on a public web page, however. At my current company, we use a seperate domain just for OWA access. Thanks for that information. As seen, I've not come across this before, so blame my responses on the paranoia involved when administrating a server (not Windows-based, obviously <g>) Although noting, I'm still not sure of the telnet bit of the conversation brought up by the Topic starter .. what has that got to do with 99% of users logging into what you have identified as OWA? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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