Resource Planning = OWA vs Outlook Anywhere
We have a small Exchange 2007 Org with a single Exch 2007 server (less than
200 users). We have OWA and Outlook anywhere enabled. However, of the 150
email users that access from the internet, we only allow about 20 of them to
use Outlook Anywhere (RPC over HTTPS). We do have several other who would
like to use Outlook Anywhere if we allow. So here is my question - what is
the performance impact on the server for hav Outlook anywhere clients vs OWA
clients. My assumption is that OWA is less taxing on the server but I would
like to be able to confirm and get more information on what the resource
impacts of OWA vs Outlook anywhere are.
- RE: Resource calendars failing auto-accept
... meeting requests from Outlook clients but you cannot do it from the OWA ... 329036 Cannot book resources in Outlook Web Access ... We can register the Auto Accept Agent on the Exchange 2003 ...
- Re: OWA and missing attachments
... Please logon OWA from internal to see if the problem can be reproduced. ... You can also install Outlook for remote users to check if you can see the ... Microsoft CSS Online Newsgroup Support ... <Outlook Client to see the attacments, ...
- Re: Issue with OWA compose and replies...
... Ask in an Exchange group - OWA is a part of Exchange, not Outlook. ... | On a couple of clients in our Outlook 2003 environment, ...
- RE: Can fax from Outlook but not from Outlook Web Access
... send fax as email in OWA. ... In Outlook, on the File menu, point to New, and then click Mail Message. ... software, the Fax client then send the fax to SBS Fax services, and then ... Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003 enables you to send a fax as ...
- Junk E-Mail folder creation
... We are currently running W2K Active Directory, Exchange Server 2003 and OWA. ... Our clients mostly use Outlook 2000. ... How can we make the Junk E-Mail folder present for our users. ... Junk E-Mail fodler is present in Outlook client. ...