We are only able to use Outlook Web Access 2003 if we are using Internet Explorer 6.0 without ActiveX support. However, we are unable to use the basic version of OWA instead of the premium version. Our company has modified the startup page, so we don't have the option of choosing the basic version. Is there a way to tweak the URL?
Find and click the "Server-wide feature support" link, and then disable the "premium client" option. This will force the basic interface on all OWA users.
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