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    I am trying to sign in to my corporate ms mail server, but it tells me that it does not support the Blazer browser. I cannot not change the settings on the mail server. I am trying to see if I can even access it. Thanks.
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    It works - but is pretty balky. We have MS Outlook web access and - in a pinch - this works for me. Will freeze some times - expecially when trying to compose mail.
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    It works fine for me, but thw formatting is a little funky. That's normal for Blazer, though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gabe885
    I am trying to sign in to my corporate ms mail server, but it tells me that it does not support the Blazer browser. I cannot not change the settings on the mail server. I am trying to see if I can even access it. Thanks.
    Same problem here. However, I can access my work e-mail through T-Mobile. I downloaded a secure mail client to my work PC, and set up Versamail to address T-Mobile's server. I works great - and when I send an e-mail it appears as though it was sent from my work PC.
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    If you're having difficulty using Outlook Web Access with Blazer, you could try & see if Outlook Mobile Access is available on your Exchange server.

    To access the mobile version, add /OMA to your mail server url. For example, if you normally check OWA with http://mail.myserver.com then mobile access would be http://mail.myserver.com/OMA

    Some exchange email admins allow it, some don't.
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    I can access our corporate web outlook without the OMA. Our server is Exchange 2003 and we access it via your_prefix.your_domain_name.your_domain_suffix.
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    Works, but slow as dirt.....I prefer SMTP access to my corporate Outlook email. That works much better. I've been using Versamail successfully for this for almost a year now.
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    Here is a link:

    http://support.microsoft.com/Default.aspx?kbid=821835

    It worked great on my Treo 600.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CraniumFunk
    If you're having difficulty using Outlook Web Access with Blazer, you could try & see if Outlook Mobile Access is available on your Exchange server.

    To access the mobile version, add /OMA to your mail server url. For example, if you normally check OWA with http://mail.myserver.com then mobile access would be http://mail.myserver.com/OMA

    Some exchange email admins allow it, some don't.
    Wow, this is much faster than the using the standard interface! Thanks a bunch for posting it.

    Laurie
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    Quote Originally Posted by o_town_racer
    Works, but slow as dirt.....I prefer SMTP access to my corporate Outlook email. That works much better. I've been using Versamail successfully for this for almost a year now.
    I agree with you, but not everyone reports successful use of Versamail.

    I use the Web Outlook whenever I need to access other functions of Outlook not otherwise provided in an application like Versamail, such as emails I may have sent beyond what Versamail would keep locally or access to folders other the standard INBOX.
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    I have asked our IT department multiple times to enable OMA with no success. Apparently it is not a priority.
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    I've tried both OWA and OMA. Neither are particularly great over Blazer.

    Why not just spend a few extra bucks on ChatterEmail instead? It's a fantastic mail client, and with the EX plugin, has successfully insulated me from needing to carry a Blackberry for work as well. It requires no "extras" in terms of IT involvement, etc. All that's required is that OWA works for you.

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