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How do I let users log on using username@domain.com for... - 25.Jul.2004 12:19:00 PM   
raedaljarrah

 

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Hi ,

I need to enable OWA users to log on using the following format:

username@domain.com
password

Instead of having to type :

domain.com\username
password

Thanks
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RE: How do I let users log on using username@domain.com... - 25.Jul.2004 12:40:00 PM   
Henrik Walther

 

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This should help:

267906 - How to set up OWA for UPN logon names

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RE: How do I let users log on using username@domain.com... - 25.Jul.2004 12:53:00 PM   
raedaljarrah

 

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Thanks for the fast response .

Here is the results :

I have followed the instructions in the following two MS articles :

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;q168908

http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=267906

In short , I have set the default domain to \ as required using the Exchange system manager and the IIS manager .

Users are now able to use their user principal names (UPN) but with the following format only :

username@internaldomain.local

and not by using username@publicdomain.com

Please note that I am using a separate DNS names for the internal & external resources and that all users are able to send\receive emails using
username@publicdomain.com !

Thanks

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RE: How do I let users log on using username@domain.com... - 29.Jul.2004 10:39:00 AM   
raedaljarrah

 

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Still waiting for an answer !

Thanks

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RE: How do I let users log on using username@domain.com... - 29.Jul.2004 1:25:00 PM   
bbuerstinghaus

 

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Hi,

have you tried instead of \ the external domain name (publicdomain.com) ?

best regards
Bj÷rn Bnrstinghaus

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RE: How do I let users log on using username@domain.com... - 29.Jul.2004 1:39:00 PM   
raedaljarrah

 

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Yes .

In fact I have tried the following :

/
/internaldomain
/externaldomain

None of them seem to work for the username@externaldomain.com but they all work for the internal one !

Exchange 2000 server already have a policy to configure all users to have dual identity for both SMTP domains .

Thanks

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RE: How do I let users log on using username@domain.com... - 9.Nov.2004 5:12:00 PM   
melry88

 

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Reopening this issue.

Does anyone know what could cause this to work with XP but not a 2000 box?

I have a user fake user Bsmith@domain and a downlevel user of Smith. I have to do this during a migration since the company we bought does not use the same naming convention for access back into their old domain. As long as the NT username and passwords are the same they still have access. With that aside...

OWA I have set the \ for the domain and an XP box can login with the UPN Bsmith@domain. When I try from a Windows 2000 box I am forced to use the downlevel Smith without the domain and it works?

Any help.....

[ November 09, 2004, 05:14 PM: Message edited by: Melry88 ]

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RE: How do I let users log on using username@domain.com... - 9.Nov.2004 5:32:00 PM   
melry88

 

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Got it... As soon as I turned off Integrated Authentication the UPN worked fine.

Sorry!

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