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Mailbox User Properties > Mailbox Features Tab

 

Applies to: Exchange Server 2007 SP3, Exchange Server 2007 SP2, Exchange Server 2007 SP1

Topic Last Modified: 2007-08-24

Use the Mailbox Features tab to enable or disable a variety of mailbox features for the mailbox user. You can also change configuration settings for Exchange ActiveSync, Unified Messaging (UM), Post Office Protocol version 3 (POP3), and Internet Message Access Protocol Version 4 Rev 1 (IMAP4) by selecting the feature from the list, and then clicking Properties.

The following features are available for a mailbox user.

Outlook Web Access
  • Select this setting, and then click Enable to allow the user to access the mailbox from a Web browser by using Microsoft Outlook Web Access.

  • Select this setting and then click Disable to prevent access to the mailbox from a Web browser.

    noteNote:
    The Properties button is not available for the Outlook Web Access feature.
  • To learn more about Outlook Web Access, see Overview of Outlook Web Access.

    For more information about enabling or disabling Outlook Web Access, see How to Enable or Disable Outlook Web Access for a Mailbox User.

    noteNote:
    By default, all mailbox users in your Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 organization are allowed to use Outlook Web Access to access their mailboxes.
Exchange ActiveSync
  • Select this setting, and then click Enable to allow the user to access the mailbox from a mobile device.

  • Select this setting, and then click Disable to prevent access to the mailbox from a mobile device.

  • Select this setting, and then click Properties to open the Exchange ActiveSync Properties dialog box. Use this dialog box to apply an Exchange ActiveSync mailbox policy to the mailbox. For more information about this dialog, see Mailbox User Properties > Mailbox Features Tab > Exchange ActiveSync Properties.

  • To learn more about Exchange ActiveSync, see Overview of Exchange ActiveSync.

    For more information about managing Exchange ActiveSync for mailbox users, see Managing Exchange ActiveSync Users.

    noteNote:
    By default, all mailbox users in your Exchange 2007 organization are allowed to use mobile devices to access their mailboxes.
Unified Messaging
  • Select this setting, and then click Properties to open the Unified Messaging Properties dialog box.

    noteNote:
    The Properties button is available only if UM is enabled for this mailbox.

    Use this dialog box to view the UM mailbox status and to view or change a variety of UM properties for the mailbox. For more information about the configuration settings in this dialog box, see Mailbox User Properties > Mailbox Features Tab > Unified Messaging Properties.

    noteNote:
    The Enable and Disable buttons are not available for the UM feature because you cannot enable or disable UM from the Mailbox Features tab. To enable or disable UM, select the Recipient Configuration node or the Mailbox node under Recipient Configuration. Select the mailbox in the result pane and then, in the action pane, click Enable Unified Messaging or Disable Unified Messaging.
  • To learn more about UM, see Unified Messaging.

  • For more information about managing UM for mailbox users, see Managing Unified Messaging Users.

MAPI
  • Select this setting, and then click Enable to allow the user to access the mailbox from a MAPI client such as Microsoft Outlook.

  • Select this setting, and then click Disable to prevent access to the mailbox from MAPI clients.

    noteNote:
    The Properties button is not available for the MAPI feature.
  • To learn more about enabling or disabling MAPI, see How to Enable or Disable MAPI for a Mailbox User.

    noteNote:
    By default, all mailbox users in your Exchange 2007 organization are allowed to use MAPI clients to access their mailboxes.
POP3
  • Select this setting, and then click Properties to open the POP3 Properties dialog box. Use this dialog box to configure the MIME format of messages that are retrieved from the server for the mailbox. You can use the protocol default or specify a custom setting that takes precedence over the default protocol settings.

  • Select this setting, and then click Enable to allow the user to access the mailbox from a POP3 client such as Outlook Express.

  • Select this setting, and then click Disable to prevent access to the mailbox from POP3 clients.

  • To learn more about POP3, see Overview of POP3 and IMAP4.

    noteNote:
    By default, all mailbox users in your Exchange 2007 organization are allowed to use POP3 clients to access their mailboxes.
IMAP4
  • Select this setting, and then click Properties to open the IMAP4 Properties dialog box. Use this dialog box to configure the MIME format of messages that are retrieved from the server for the mailbox. You can use the protocol default or specify a custom setting that takes precedence over the default protocol settings.

  • Select this setting, and then click Enable to allow the user to access the mailbox from an IMAP4 client such as Outlook Express.

  • Select this setting, and then click Disable to prevent access to the mailbox from IMAP4 clients.

  • To learn more about IMAP4, see Overview of POP3 and IMAP4.

    noteNote:
    By default, all mailbox users in your Exchange 2007 organization are allowed to use IMAP4 clients to access their mailboxes.

 
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