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    Fixes an issue in which the "Proxy server name" field is shown incorrectly in Outlook Web Access in an Exchange Server 2007 CAS-to-CAS proxy environment. Provides a rollup to resolve this issue.
    This article discusses the spelling checker in Microsoft Outlook Web Access (OWA) for Microsoft Exchange Server 2003. It discusses spelling checker requirements, describes how the spelling checker works, and contains information about how to configure...
    Describes the KnownContentTypes registry entry that is added when you install Exchange Server 2003 SP1. The registry entry restricts the kind of attachment file types that certain versions of Internet Explorer can open when you use Outlook Web Access.
    Describes a problem in which you cannot recover deleted items after you delete items in the Deleted Items by using Outlook Web Access for Exchange 2007. Provides a resolution.
    You can manage advanced features in Microsoft Office Outlook Web Access in Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 by using the Exchange Management Console and the Exchange Management Shell. In Exchange 2007, you can enable and disable Outlook Web Access features for your whole organization or for individual users by using segmentation. To increase protection against spammers, you can disable Web beacons in Outlook Web Access. If the default language and character settings for Outlook Web Access at initial logon are not appropriate for your users, you can change them by using the language and character settings. If users will be using Outlook Web Access over a slow network connection, you can enable Gzip compression to improve the performance of Outlook Web Access on the client computer.
    This topic explains how to use the Exchange Management Console or the Exchange Management Shell and Internet Information Services Manager to configure Microsoft Office Outlook Web Access to use smart cards for user authentication.
    This article describes the Microsoft Customer Service and Support (CSS) policy for the customization of scripts, graphics, and other files in the following products: Microsoft Outlook Web App (OWA) for Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Microsoft Outlook...
    Describes a problem in which a memory leakage causes stoppage of user services on an active node when Exchange Server 2003 is installed in a clustered environment. A hotfix is available.
    Describes a problem in which you cannot read some e-mail messages in Outlook Web Access. Instead, you receive an error message. Provides a hotfix to resolve this problem.
    When you use Netscape Navigator on a Solaris Sparcstation to access a Microsoft Exchange Server computer using the Outlook Web client running the Japanese code pages, the Options page may be corrupted.

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