Outlook Web Access, is the previous name for the webmail service of Microsoft Exchange Server 5.0 and later that comes included as a part of Microsoft Exchange Server or Microsoft Office 365. It is know called Outlook Web App, and typically referred to by the acronym OWA.

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Setting the secure flag on cookies from Outlook Web Access

I'm running Exchange 2007 SP3 which is exposing outlook web access over only HTTPS. However the server delivers the sessionid cookie without the secure flag set. Even though I don't have port 80 open, ...
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Force Windows server to use specific Domain Controller

Is there a way I can set an OWA server in my DMZ to talk to a DC in the local site? The DMZ is located at the same (physical) site as a LAN with DCs on it. (There is no DC in the DMZ.) Can I force ...
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How do I prevent against a DOS attack through Outlook Web Access?

If I configure an Active Directory Lockout Policy, then someone can use repeated bad login attempts to lock users out. How do I block an IP if enough bad login attempts come from it? Can I do this ...