Set-OwaMailboxPolicy <OWA_Policy_Name> –AllowOfflineOn [NoComputers | AllComputers | PrivateComputers]
This feature is useful if, for example, you have a set of CAS servers that provide external access to OWA and another set of CAS servers that only provide internal OWA access. In this scenario, you could enable offline mode just for the internal users, for example.
Set-OwaVirtualDirectory <OWA_Vir_Dir_Name> –AllowOfflineOn [NoComputers | AllComputers | PrivateComputers]
In the second part of this article series, we looked at the improvements made to the interface of Outlook Web App on Mobile Devices and the great new Offline Access feature.
In the third and last part, we will discuss apps, accessibility, supported browsers and operating systems, and if OWA is finally a replacement for Outlook.
If you would like to read the other parts in this article series please go to:
- Improvements to Outlook Web App in Exchange 2013 (Part 1)
- Improvements to Outlook Web App in Exchange 2013 (Part 3)