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How To Setup Outlook Web Access OWA? 

On this page, we'll take you through the steps to set up Outlook Web Access (OWA).OWA is a service that allows you to access your email account over a browser. It also allows you to sync your email account with the Microsoft Outlook email client and access the Exchange server. To use OWA, first, you need to enable it. You can enable OWA using the Exchange admin center (EAC) or PowerShell.Let’s now see how to set up Outlook web access OWA.

Outlook Web Access Owa 

Enabling OWA Using EAC

  • Open Exchange admin center.
  • Click the Recipients option followed by Mailboxes. Choose the mailbox that you want to enable and click the Edit icon followed by the Mailbox Features option.
  • Navigate to the Email Connectivity section.
  • Click the Enable button under the Outlook Web App: Disabled section. 
  • If OWA is already enabled, then Outlook Web App: Enabled will be displayed under the Email Connectivity section.
  • Click the Save button.

Now, let’s see how to set up OWA to access Exchange Server.

  • Collect your OWA’s URL. 
  • To find the URL of OWA, open the Outlook application. Click the File tab followed by the Info sub-tab. In the Info window, you can find your OWA’s URL.
  • Now, open the default web browser on your computer.
  • Type your OWA’s URL in the search field and tap Enter.
  • If a warning screen opens, click the Continue to this website (not recommended) option on it.
  • Now, the Outlook Web App sign-in page will open.
  • Enter your OWA credentials correctly in the corresponding fields and click Sign in.
  • Perform the on-screen instructions to complete the process.

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