I suspect the limitations will be what we all know a.k.a you must open the content in OWA. We've had to setup a transport rule which relies on us knowing the external recipient team mailbox address and asking our users to trigger encryption using the confidential flag, the result being OMEv2 is removed and the message is encrypted with OMEv1.
Accessing the properties dialog from Send/Receive Settings is not new, but for the most part, it was just another way to get into properties dialog. Press Ctrl+Alt+S to open Send/Receive settings. (You can also open it from File, Options, Mail or from the Send/Receive menu > Send/Receive Groups > Define Send/Receive Groups.) Click Edit.
Instructed the user to close the browser and open internet options - go to the advanced tab and click on reset. This resets the IE settings back to default. I had the user open the internet options again and go into the general tab and select delete to delete the cookies and temporary files.
1. Press WIN + R to bring up the Run window. 2. Type control date/time into the Run window and click OK. 3. Click the " Change time zone " button. 4. Select the time zone that you're currently in and click OK. As Windows does not show the full list of time zones, you may not know which one to select if you're not familiar with zones ...
Ensure you're trying to access the mailbox by clicking on name of the Accessing Mailbox (in the top right of the screen) and you're selecting "Open" and typing the mailbox you're trying to access. Note that the mailbox will not show up on the left hand side of the OWA as it does with an Outlook 2010 client
The Problem. Scenario 1: Both web addresses work, ECP logs in but OWA gives the "Something went wrong" page after submitting credentials. Scenario 2: Both web addresses work, OWA Logs in but ECP gives the "Something went wrong" page after submitting credentials. Scenario 3: Both web addresses work but both give "Something went wrong" page after submitting credentials.
To open another user's mailbox in Outlook Web Access. Log in to OWA using your own mailbox email address and password. Click on your name in the upper-right corner of the window and click Open another mailbox. In the Open another mailbox box, enter the email address of the mailbox that you want to open and click Open. The mailbox will open in a ...
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The parent Mailbox folder; For more information about how to set up mailbox permissions in Outlook, see Allow someone else to manage your mail and calendar. For more information about how to manage another user's mailbox data in your Outlook profile, see Manage another person's mail and calendar items.