Outlook Webaccess Support
A little Plugin which adds the conversion and search engine frame from Mailarchiver to Outlook Webaccess.
Scott Hagenus commented
[Comment date: 2010-12-31]
If users can get to OWA they would also be able to get to the web version of GFI MailArchiver.
Agreed, having an OWA plugin would simplify the process for users though.
Hans Roodenburg commented
[Comment date: 2011-02-23]
@Scott and@Community Member:
As Brian mentioned it is not possible to put yourself in the OWA-site. Would it be helpful if the ./MailArchiver-root include the functionality of the OWA-root? In other words: access to your archive is just as good as the realtime emailflow in OWA (maybe even better) but now it has access to agenda, contacts, todo, and while GFI's on it even access to your Sharepoint-root (sorry Brian a bit more work, but then you at least earn your vacation ;)).
This might all be not so difficult (from a non-developers perspective). Fill-in the OWA-root and the MAR-login-credentials can be copied to this OWA-session, does this sound do-able? In case you have multiple MBX-servers, type in the CA-server.
[Comment date: 2010-12-10]
OWA doesn't unfortunately provide a way to let third parties hook into it that is supported by Microsoft.
Would an acceptable alternative be to allow people to compose and relpy to emails be a suitable alternative?
David Bradley commented
[Comment date: 2010-08-10]
When our users are out of the office and need to see emails, they often use OWA due to low broadband speeds. If an email is in the archive and they therefore cannot see it they then ring into the office for someone to retrieve it for them.
[Comment date: 2011-04-11]
Please find the following website which might help:
[Comment date: 2013-05-17]
Have a look at this Skynet Article on how to place a link in OWA for GFI MailArchiver