To use Microsoft Outlook Web access, browser settings must allow scripts to run. For information about how to allow scripts, consult the Help for your browser. If your browser does not support scripts, you can download
Microsoft Internet Explorer
for access to Outlook Web Access.
This is a public or shared computer
Select this option if you use Outlook Web Access on a public computer. Be sure to log off when you have finished using Outlook Web Access and close all windows to end your session.
This is a private computer
Select this option if you are the only person who uses this computer. Your server will allow a longer period of inactivity before logging you off.
Warning: By selecting this option, you confirm that this computer complies with your organization's security policy.
Use Outlook Web Access Light
The Light client provides fewer features and is sometimes faster. Use the Light client if you are on a slow connection or using a computer with unusually strict browser security settings. If you are using a browser other than Internet Explorer 6 or later, you can only use the Light client.
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If you are using Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 or later, open Internet Options from the Tools menu. Click the Privacy tab, and then click Sites. Type the address for Outlook Web Access into the field, click Allow, and then click OK to save your changes.
To protect your account from unauthorized access, Outlook Web Access automatically closes its connection to your mailbox after a period of inactivity. If your session ends, refresh your browser, and then log on again.