Connecting to Mailboxes
To access their mail from the internal network, users must type the following address into their Web browser:
Servername is the name of the Exchange 2000 server. If your Exchange 2000 server is accessible from the Internet, you need to replace servername with your organization's domain name or IP address. Users who have computers with Internet Explorer version 4.0 or later have their Windows 2000 logon credentials automatically read by Outlook Web Access, which automatically connects them to their mailboxes, provided they are running Windows; otherwise, they are prompted for their logon credentials.
To access a specific user's mailbox, type the following address into your Web browser:
Servername is the name of the Exchange 2000 server and userid is the name of the person whose mailbox you want to access. If you have authorization to access this mailbox, Outlook Web Access reads your logon credentials and connects you to the mailbox, provided you are using Internet Explorer version 4.0 or later and running Windows; otherwise, you will be prompted for your logon credentials.
Tip Consider making your Outlook Web Access page a favorite or your default home page. For more information about favorites and your default home page, see the Windows 2000 online documentation.
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