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Using the Exchange 2010 version of Outlook Web App (OWA) you could click the (?) button and then click About to get a really useful page containing information about the Mailbox server, Proxy server, Client Access server, etc.

Is there an equivalent with the 2016/2019 version of Outlook on the web?

The page is really helpful when doing migrations from Exchange 2010 to a newer version since you can see if the OWA is being proxied as well as where the mailbox resides.

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Is there an equivalent with the 2016/2019 version of Outlook on the web?

Yep. Normally, we couldn't see the feature About from OWA 2016/2019. To realize it, you could switch your OWA version to the light one:

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After you sign out/in your account again, you could refer to the following snapshot to view the information of your server:enter image description here

If you want to go back to the original version of OWA, you could uncheck the Use the light version button and sign out/in to make the changes work:enter image description here

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  • A little sad that this is buried in the Light version but good to know it does exist! Thanks Oct 12, 2020 at 6:44

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