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14.1. What Is Outlook Web Access (OWA)?

Outlook Web Access (OWA) is a feature provided by a Microsoft Exchange Server that enables you to access your e-mail via a Web browser. This allows you to check your mail from any computer connected to the Internet, provided that your Microsoft Exchange Server administrator has not disabled OWA. The capability to access your Microsoft Exchange Server account via a Web browser also presents you with the possibility of being able to open your e-mail account effortlessly from any number of operating systems and while you are on the move.

NOTE

The FAQs in this chapter relate to the OWA feature provided by Microsoft Exchange Server 2003. However, previous versions of Microsoft Exchange Server also provide you with Web access features.



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