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Top 5 Outlook Web Access (OWA) tips of 2008

Based on your views, here are the top five Microsoft Outlook Web Access (OWA) tips of 2008. Discover how to customize an OWA authentication logon, fix message size limits, repair damaged virtual directories and more with this collection of top tips.

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Based on your views, here are our top five Outlook Web Access (OWA) tips of 2008. Some topics that piqued your interest in 2008 ranged from how to customize your OWA authentication logon, repairing damaged virtual directories and creating a secure OWA redirect page.
#1    How to customize OWA authentication logon in Exchange Server 2003
In Exchange Server 2003, Outlook Web Access (OWA) authentication requires, by default, a domain name and username to log on. Learn to customize the OWA logon and avoid this hassle.
#2    Fix OWA message size limit issue after upgrading to Exchange 2007 SP1
After an Exchange Server 2007 SP1 upgrade, OWA can no longer send large attachments. Discover how to troubleshoot this OWA issue in Exchange Server 2007 SP1.
#3    OWA won't load after applying Exchange 2007 SP1 security patch
Microsoft's security patch, Update Rollup 2 for Exchange Server 2007 SP1, can break the Client Access server. When this occurs, logging into OWA returns a blank screen. Find out how to fix this OWA issue and also how to avoid future patching problems.
#4    Repairing damaged OWA virtual directories in Exchange Server 2003
Virtual directory corruption in Exchange Server 2003 can prevent Outlook Web Access (OWA) from displaying icons properly. Repair these corrupt Exchange directories and keep OWA from displaying icons as red Xs or showing "Loading" messages.
#5    Create a secure Microsoft Outlook Web Access (OWA) redirect page
Incorrectly typing the URL for your Microsoft Outlook Web Access (OWA) page will result in an error message. Because users may mistakenly type HTTP instead of HTTPS to access OWA, you can easily create an OWA redirect page that doesn't sacrifice secure sockets layer (SSL) security.

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