How to Configure Microsoft Outlook Web Access to Work With Outlook 2010


Outlook Web Access (OWA) lets you connect to your Exchange-based Microsoft Outlook 2010 mailbox from a remote location. All you need is a computer with an Internet connection and a Web browser. OWA is extremely useful for people who are always on the go. You can log in to an external computer and access your Outlook emails on a Web-based browser interface, just like you do for other Web-based email clients like Gmail, Yahoo Mail or Hotmail. You will need an administrative tool called "Exchange Management Console" to enable OWA on a mailbox.

  • Log in to a server computer using administrator rights.

  • Click the "Start" menu. Point to "All Programs." Click "Microsoft Exchange Server 2010."

  • Click to open "Exchange Management Console."

  • Click the plus sign to expand "Recipient Configuration."

  • Click the folder "Mailbox."

  • Find the Outlook 2010 mailbox (in the right pane) that you want to configure with Outlook Web Access.

  • Right-click the Outlook 2010 mailbox folder and select "Properties."

  • Click the tab labeled "Mailbox Features."

  • Click "Outlook Web Access."

  • Click "Enable." Click "OK."

  • Exit "Exchange Management Console."

  • Reboot your computer to end the task.

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