Outlook Web Access for Exchange 2000

Note: Exchange 2000 is past its natural support cycle, with limited support available. This content will remain for reference use however some of the content linked below many no longer be available. Outlook Web Access (OWA) allows any client with a compatible browser to access Exchange Server folders. For Exchange 2000, you create applications using  

Add an Image to Your Signature in OWA

OWA doesn't include the ability to insert images into signatures. This is because inserting an image from the local computer won't do much good when you access OWA from another computer and OWA doesn't have the capability to store it online for you. However, you can create a signature that contains an image, provided the  

Windows XP SP2 and Outlook Web Access (OWA)

Windows XP SP2 includes a number of security enhancements that can affect OWA. The most noticeable issue is caused by the pop-up blocker preventing some of OWAs windows from opening. This problem isn't new, it's has been a long standing problem with nearly every pop-up blocker available, but it's going to affect a lot more  

Spelling Tools for Outlook and OWA

Microsoft Outlook and the full Exchange Server client have spell checking built in. Microsoft Exchange Server 2003, Exchange 2007, and Exchange 2010 include spell checking for Outlook Web Access (OWA). Microsoft Office 2007 users are missing spell check dictionaries in Outlook Express. If you use OE and your only option for spelling is French, see  

Automatically Create Contacts when using OWA?

A user wanted to know how to automatically create contacts for people they send email to when using OWA. Every time they send a message to someone they need to add the address to their contacts manually. Unfortunately, no, this is not possible when you use OWA. You need to create the contacts yourself or  

OWA's Signature Size

An administrator asked "We're using Exchange 2010. We can’t create signatures more than a couple of lines in OWA. Any longer and we get a message: “The text you typed is too long. Please shorten it and try to save it again.” I remember there was a Registry change for Exchange 2003 that would set  

OWA doesn't work on Vista and Windows 7

A reader asks: I upgraded to Vista and use OWA to access my email. I can read emails fine but when I try to reply to a message, the message body is not editable, it's blank. Do you know what's wrong and how to fix it? After logging on, I try to send an email.