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Configure Segmentation in Outlook Web App

Exchange 2010
 

Applies to: Exchange Server 2010 SP3, Exchange Server 2010 SP2

Topic Last Modified: 2012-07-23

Segmentation lets you enable and disable many features in Outlook Web App. You can manage segmentation using the EMC or the Shell.

By default, segmentation changes take effect after 60 minutes of inactivity for users who are signed in to Outlook Web App, or when a user signs in to Outlook Web App. To force the changes to take effect immediately, restart Internet Information Services (IIS) by running the command iisreset/noforce on the Client Access server.

Looking for other advanced management tasks for Outlook Web App? Check out Managing Outlook Web App Advanced Features.

The following table lists the segmentation options that are available in the EMC and by using the Shell.

Segmentation options that can be set in the EMC and by using the Shell

EMC Shell parameter Description

All Address Lists

AllAddressListsEnabled

If it's enabled, this option lets users see all address lists in the Exchange organization. If it's disabled, the user will see only the default global address list.

Calendar

CalendarEnabled

If it's enabled, this option lets users see Calendar folders using Outlook Web App. If it's disabled, the Calendar is still available using Outlook but won't be visible from Outlook Web App.

Change Password

ChangePasswordEnabled

If it's enabled, this option lets users change their Active Directory account password using Outlook Web App.

Contacts

ContactsEnabled

If it's enabled, this option lets users see Contacts folders using Outlook Web App. If it's disabled, Contacts folders are still available using Outlook but won't be visible from Outlook Web App.

E-mail Signature

SignaturesEnabled

If it's enabled, this option lets users use the Outlook Web App Options to manage signatures for outgoing e-mail messages.

Exchange ActiveSync Integration

ActiveSyncIntegrationEnabled

If it's enabled, this option lets users manage a mobile phone by using the Options feature in Outlook Web App. If it's disabled, the option isn't visible.

Instant Messaging

InstantMessagingEnabled

If it's enabled, this option makes instant messaging in Outlook Web App available to users. This feature isn't available in the light version of Outlook Web App.

Journal

JournalEnabled

If it's enabled, this option lets users see the Journal folder using Outlook Web App. If it's disabled, the Journal is still available using Outlook but won't be visible from Outlook Web App.

Junk E-mail Filtering

JunkEmailEnabled

If it's enabled, this option enables users to control the junk e-mail settings for their mailbox from Outlook Web App.

If it's disabled, the user won't be able to control the junk-email settings from Outlook Web App. But any settings that are set by an administrator or by using Outlook will still be applied.

Notes

NotesEnabled

If it's enabled, this option makes the Notes folder visible in Outlook Web App. Outlook Web App provides view-only access to Notes.

Premium Client

PremiumClientEnabled

If it's enabled, this option lets users access the standard Outlook Web App client. If it's disabled, only the light version of Outlook Web App will be available.

Public Folders

PublicFoldersEnabled

If it's enabled, this option lets users browse or read items in public folders using Outlook Web App.

Recover Deleted Items

RecoverDeletedItemsEnabled

If it's enabled, this option lets users view, recover, or permanently delete items that were deleted from the Deleted Items folder by using Outlook Web App.

Reminders and Notifications

RemindersAndNotificationsEnabled

If it's enabled, this option lets users receive reminders for calendar items and tasks and notifications for new messages. If it's disabled, users won't receive reminders and notifications.

Reminders and notifications are not available in the light version of Outlook Web App.

Rules

RulesEnabled

If it's enabled, this option lets users view, create, or modify server-side rules using Outlook Web App.

S/MIME

SMimeEnabled

If it's enabled, this option lets users download the S/MIME control for Outlook Web App and use it to read and compose signed and encrypted messages.

Search Folders

SearchFoldersEnabled

If it's enabled, this option lets users see the Search Folders icon in the Outlook Web App navigation pane and lets them access any search folders that exist on the server.

If it's disabled, the Search Folders icon remains visible in Outlook Web App. But the folders won't be available.

For more information about how to create search folders, see the Outlook Help.

Spelling Checker

SpellCheckerEnabled

If it's enabled, this option lets users check spelling in Outlook Web App. This feature isn't available in the light version of Outlook Web App.

Tasks

TasksEnabled

If it's enabled, this option makes the Tasks features in Outlook Web App available to users. This feature isn't available in the light version of Outlook Web App.

Text Messaging

TextMessagingEnabled

If it's enabled, this option lets user send and receive text messages in Outlook Web App. This feature isn't available in the light version of Outlook Web App.

Theme Selection

ThemeSelectionEnabled

If it’s enabled, this parameter allows users to select a theme in Outlook Web App.

Unified Messaging Integration

UMIntegrationEnabled

If it's enabled, this option lets users manage their Unified Messaging settings by using Outlook Web App.

You need to be assigned permissions before you can perform this procedure. To see what permissions you need, see the "Outlook Web App virtual directories" entry in the Client Access Permissions topic.

  1. In the console tree, navigate to Server Configuration > Client Access.
  2. In the work pane, select the server that hosts the Outlook Web App virtual directory you want to modify.
  3. From the work pane, on the Outlook Web App tab, select owa (Default Web Site), and then, in the action pane, click Properties.
  4. On the owa (Default Web Site) Properties page, click the Segmentation tab.
  5. The Segmentation window provides a list of features for Outlook Web App that you can enable or disable for all users.
  6. To enable or disable a feature for Outlook Web App for all users, select a feature, and then click Enable or Disable.
  7. The status for all features is displayed in the center section in the Segmentation window.

For a detailed description and examples of how to use the Shell to configure Outlook Web App segmentation, see Set-OwaVirtualDirectory.

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