One of the most widely used features of the Microsoft Exchange Server software is Outlook Web Access, a Web protocol that mimics the Microsoft Outlook program in a Web browsing environment. This is especially helpful for clients who travel a lot or are not always working at their desktop PC. Before a user can log in to Outlook Web Access, the protocol must be enabled as an Exchange feature.
Log on to your server with an administrator account.
Open the Start menu, expand the "Administrative Tools" folder and select "Active Directory Users and Groups."
Go to the "Action" menu at the top of the window and choose the "Find" function.
Type in the name of the Exchange user who you want to add the Outlook Web Access feature for and then hit the "Find Now" button. The program will search through the server's directory and produce a list of results.
Double-click on the Exchange user's login name to view the account properties.
Go to the "Exchange Features" tab at the top of the properties window.
Select "Outlook Web Access" from the "Protocols" list and then press the "Enable" button.
Hit "OK" to save the settings and add the Outlook Web Access feature to the selected user's Exchange account.
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