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    Microsoft OWA Calander Sharing


    by jdroba ·

    We just recently migrated from Notes to Outlook and are using OWA for many of our employees who so not have actual desks or computers (such as many of our nurses, etc). One of the apparant limitations we are getting complaints about is that OWA does not allow the use of shared calanders, which is import to some groups within the hospital. Does anyone know if there is a way to support this for OW users? Or has anyone found a workaround or 3rd partty solution to this issue? thanks!

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      by jdroba ·

      In reply to Microsoft OWA Calander Sharing


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      Re: Microsoft OWA

      by Anonymous ·

      In reply to Microsoft OWA Calander Sharing

      Exchange 2007
      Overview of Outlook Web Access

      Applies to: Exchange Server 2007, Exchange Server 2007 SP1 Topic Last Modified: 2006-08-29

      By default, when you install the Client Access server role on a computer that is running Microsoft Exchange Server 2007, you enable Microsoft Office Outlook Web Access. Outlook Web Access lets you access your Exchange 2007 mailbox from any Web browser.
      Overview of Outlook Web Access

      Outlook Web Access has been redesigned for Exchange Server 2007 to create a new look, add new features, and improve usability. For more information about Outlook Web Access features, see Client Features in Outlook Web Access.
      Managing Outlook Web Access

      When you install the Client Access server role, four default virtual directories are created to enable access to content that is stored on Exchange servers by using a Web browser. Of the four virtual directories, the virtual directory named “owa” is used most frequently. For more information about Outlook Web Access virtual directories, see Managing Outlook Web Access Virtual Directories in Exchange 2007.

      In Exchange 2007, the most common Outlook Web Access management tasks can be accomplished in the Exchange Management Console. All these tasks, and many other tasks, can be accomplished by using the Exchange Management Shell. You will still have to use tools such as Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager for some tasks, such as configuring Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) or setting up simple URLs for users.

      For more information about how to manage Outlook Web Access, see the following topics

      * Managing Outlook Web Access
      * Managing Outlook Web Access Security
      More info i have put a link below.

      Please post back if you have anymore problems or questions.

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