What is Outlook Web Access (OWA)?
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Outlook Web Access is a service of Exchange Server that enables users to access their Exchange Server mailboxes through a Web browser. By using Outlook Web Access, a server that is running Exchange Server can also function as a Web site that enables authorized users to read or send e-mail messages, manage their calendar, or perform other e-mail functions over the Internet. With Microsoft Office Outlook Web Access, you can use a Web browser to access your Microsoft Exchange mailbox from any computer with an Internet connection. In fact, you can do many of the same things you can do with Microsoft Outlook, such as read and send messages, organize contacts, create tasks and rules, schedule appointments, and access public folders. To use the complete set of features available with Outlook Web Access, use Internet Explorer 6 or later.

Please Note: You can use Outlook Web Access with Microsoft Internet Explorer or any other Browser under any Operation System, however you will not be able to use the complete set of features available to you as you would if you were using Internet Explorer 6.0 or higher on a Microsoft Windows-based environment.

Your Hosted Exchange Email Professional account includes Outlook Web Access, which enables you to check your email from any computer connected to the Internet. This service is also a great alternative for Users who do not have Outlook software installed on their computer.

To access Outlook Web Access, go to: http://ex.myhosting.com/owa and login with your applicable username (username@domain) and your password.

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