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I think DavMail should be able to solve your problem. To quote from the page Ever wanted to get rid of Outlook? DavMail is a POP/IMAP/SMTP/Caldav/LDAP exchange gateway allowing users to use any mail/calendar client (e.g. Thunderbird with Lightning or Apple iCal) with an Exchange server, even from the internet or behind a firewall through Outlook Web ...


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In Outlook, go to Tools -> Options -> E-mail Options -> Advanced E-mail Options Uncheck "Delete meeting request from Inbox when responding" (3rd from the bottom)


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No, you cannot do email quoting in OWA. That being said, you can use Firefox with the It's All Text! add-on to open the text in a text editor and then add the quoting prefix there. From Fix Outlook Quoting Style: In OWA, choose to reply to a message. Horribly quoted message text appears. Use It’s All Text or some other similar tool to open message ...


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In Outlook Web Access(OWA), Under Options -> Calendar Options Uncheck the following checkboxes: Automatically place new meeting requests on my calendar, marked Tentative Move out-of-date meeting requests and responses to the Deleted Items folder


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In Outlook 2013, this is under Options -> Mail -> under "Send messages" Delete meeting requests and notifications from Inbox after responding. It seems trivial but takes long time to find it. Please see the screenshot: http://i.stack.imgur.com/s2Fpl.png


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... You just got me thinking, Why doesn't Outlook support Activesync! I guess it would just be a redundant feature for Microsoft to support when RPC is so much more feature rich and complete... A quick thing that may work is just to set up a rule on Outlook (if you use it) or through OWA that will forward all your emails to the external Gmail account. ...


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In order to insert an image into the body of an email, you will have to declare the message MIME type to be text/html. Then, your attachment image as image/[IMAGE TYPE] (depending on the type of file) with the added header field of Content-Disposition: attachment; filename=[IMAGE FILENAME], and then refer to the image using the relative filename in the HTML: ...


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Save your image anywhere on your PC, then right click and say Open with > Internet Explorer. Click and drag image into message window and voila. Hope that helps! :)


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SOLUTION to copy and paste!! (Via Ctrl+C & Ctrl+V) (ok so its a good idea to have Exchange 2007 SP1 Rollup 7 pre-installed) FROM inside OWA (exchange 2007 - I have sp3 on my exchange servers' servers) go to options and email security and then install the Outlook web access s/mime control program works in XP and Windows 7 x64 workstation. after install ...


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Outlook 2013 now supports ActiveSync natively (no Hotmail connector); however, there appear to be problems with non-Hotmail connections. The built-in Windows 8 mail client also supports ActiveSync connections. Edit: It looks like Outlook 2013 will only support ActiveSync connections to non-Exchange servers; see Exchange, EAS, and Outlook 2013 for details.


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Here is a small questionnaire on the Office Web Apps. Silverlight is not required. Using Silverlight will enhance the user experience, resulting in sharper images and improved rendering. Also, the Office Live Workspace has integrated Silverlight technology into the multi-file upload function for a better experience there, too. It does not matter which ...


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Seriously, it seems that Microsoft is trying to keep people from using Outlook in an obvious way. I can use ActiveSync from my Android device with no problem. It seems utterly foolish of MS to not include this protocol in their flagship desktop e-mail app. Google wins again. Shame on your Microsoft.


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Try this extension for Chrome: BackspaceMeansBackspace - 1.2


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I've just wasted 15 minutes looking for the solution, but I've found it (again). It's just lost in Outlook's terrible interface. Open the message you wish to edit, go to the Message section of the ribbon menu. Then in the “move” section, choose the bottom right icon “other move options” (these names might be slightly off, I'm translating back from the ...


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You are accessing the Outlook Web Access server (https://xxxxxxxx/owa) from home. The names ending in .internal are servers inside the college's network. That is, they are likely only accessible inside the firewall, whereas the OWA server is accessible from outside the firewall. They do not need to be exposed to the internet in order for OWA to work. You ...


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You can disable it by modifying the registry info: Outlook 2013 HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\15.0\Outlook\Options\RSS DWORD: Disable Value: 1 Outlook 2010 HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\14.0\Outlook\Options\RSS DWORD: Disable Value: 1 This will just disable the RSS functionality, but doesn't remove the RSS folder. PST created ...


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If you telnet into the SMTP Port (25) you will get the following server banner: Version: 6.0.3790.4675 this equals to exchange 2000 (version number list here: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/158530/en-us) /edit: correcting myself: The version does not point to a native exchange - it could very well be a Small Business Server 2000


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While logging into Outlook Web Application did you choose "this is a private computer" and did you use Internet Explorer? OWA provides some extended capabilities but only on a 'private' computer and only when accessed via IE.


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Not sure why you are restricted to using an IP but most companies use a domain name to connect phones to their Exchange server. Thus Public servers will resolve Webmail.yourdomain.com to your external IP and then you just need add an entry on your DNS server under forward lookup zones for webmail.yourdomain.com to resolve to the internal IP.


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If I understand the question correctly you can just highlight the custom text you want to create the hyperlink for and then click the "Insert Hyperlink" icon to give it the URL address.


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It's a feature, not a bug. Outlook shows the messages in the current folder, and if you check the option to "Show Messages from Other Folders", it will also show them in the conversation thread, but will only select by default the last from this folder. This may be helpful: Under the View tab → Conversation Settings, set all options to "Always expand", and ...


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If you are refering to the server OWA cache folder. the cache directory for your configuration is usually: /path/to/owa/owa-data/caches/1) If it's on the client side, it should be in the Internet Temp folder.


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It depends on what version of owa you have. But 2007 should work by appending /?ae=Item&a=New&t=IPM.Note&to=peter@example.com which means for firefox /?ae=Item&a=New&t=IPM.Note&to=%s I found no way to give the subject. The most valuable ressource for me was http://www.leederbyshire.com/OWA-Mailto-Exchange-2007.asp but you ...


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This is for using forms authentication version of OWA 2010... On the Exchange server go to: C:\Program Files\microsoft\exchange\ClientAccess\Owa\auth Modify login.aspx - replacing the string autocomplete="off" with autocomplete="on" Now Internet Explorer will offer to remember the password to the site.


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I wrote the question that you linked to in your edit, a question I still haven't found a good answer to. Please someone correct me if I'm wrong. It seems there's 4 ways to connect to exchange: RPC, RPC over HTTPS(eg. Outlook Anywhere), OWA, and Activesync. RPC is how Outlook connects to Exchange on the LAN(or VPN), you always hide this behind the firewall. ...


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Did you try logging into your OWA with some other browser than Internet Explorer or Firefox ? Opera for instance is not fully supported which can actually be a good thing since you don't get all that fancy Outlook imitation. The interface is much simpler and functionalities are much more available. You should then get a "check all" and be able to delete ...


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Outlook Web Access is (slightly) different than allowing access from Outlook via HTTP(s). Yes. Outlook Web Access is the online web based email that you can use from anywhere. Outlook via HTTP(s) is basically the Outlook protocol delivered in a http(s) wrapper, so it has no easy to use web based mail.... However, both are easy to install and administer ...


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If you are not using Internet Explorer, you can use the "Insert image" button in the first line of tools of the new message window. In my setup, it is the third icon from the left, after the "send" link. It's icon is the small mountain & sun.


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Can you successfully browse from the phone to the OWA URL? I don't have an Android phone, but I'm assuming there is an option for using SSL with the Activesync connection, have you tried that both on and off?



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