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Exchange 2010 migration - Outlook Web App (OWA)

As of January 24, 2012, all Exchange users have been moved to Exchange 2010. For additional details and help articles, please see http://kb.mit.edu/confluence/x/J4C0Ag

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Overview

Information Services and Technology (IS&T) is in the process of upgrading the campus Microsoft Exchange infrastructure from 2007 to 2010. Exchange 2010 will provide users with many useful new features, including the Outlook Web App interface (previously called Outlook Web Access). This new user-friendly web interface includes calendar sharing/delegation and dropdown menus.

The first step of this upgrade is to change the front end MIT Exchange servers from Exchange 2007 to Exchange 2010. At this time, all mailboxes will remain on the Exchange 2007 servers. The most notable change that will take place at this time is is the style and layout of the Outlook Web Access login page. The Outlook Web Access mail interface will not change.

When your MIT Exchange mailbox is migrated from the 2007 server to the 2010 servers, you will not only be greeted with the new Outlook Web App login screen, but you'll also have access to the new fully featured email and calendaring web client.

Login screen change after migration

OWA Login Screen Differences

Coming Soon: New Outlook Web App interface

Interface

Using the New Outlook Web App

IS&T Contributions

Documentation and information provided by IS&T staff members


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April 24, 2014

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