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         Step By Step Guide
                  for
Accessing Outlook Web Access (OWA)
       Microsoft Exchange 2003
              MyMail
       Accessing Outlook Web Access (OWA) 2003 User Guide – MyMail
OVERVIEW
Introduction To OWA :
OWA stands for “Outlook Web Access”. It is a web-based version of Microsoft Outlook. As with its
counterpart Outlook, OWA enables a user to send and retrieve email, create and check schedules,
look up contact information, check or post to public folders, as well as take advantage of an
entire range of other messaging features. Unlike Outlook however, OWA does not require any
special software to be installed, as it uses a web-browser for its display. Thus, almost all machines
around today are ready to run Outlook Web Access.

Web-Based E-Mail basics :
OWA is a web-based e-mail program and can be used only via web browsers (e.g. Internet Explorer,
Firefox, Opera, Safari, etc.). This means that you can access it from any Computer that has a
network connection: your computer, home computer, and even a computer at a public place such
as a coffee shop, internet cafe, library, hotspot area or airport.

Mailbox Limits :
Generally, each employee has a space limit of 150 MB (megabytes) on the E-Mail server to store E-
Mail messages and their attachments, contacts, calendar items, and tasks. You will receive
warning messages when you approach and exceed this limit, and if you take no action you will be
locked out and will be unable to send or receive messages. Your 150 MB limit includes everything
that is stored in your deleted items and sent items folders. You must remember to manage these
folders in addition to your Inbox.
     Accessing Outlook Web Access (OWA) 2003 User Guide – MyMail




1. Launch your internet browser (Internet Explorer).
2. Go to http://www.petrodata-system.com.
3. Click on the Client Webmail Exchange Server Mymail link (Client Shortcut)
      Accessing Outlook Web Access (OWA) 2003 User Guide – MyMail




                                                 Click here to
                                                   proceed




4. You may encounter this error message. Click on the “Continue to this
   website (not recommended)” link to proceed.
     Accessing Outlook Web Access (OWA) 2003 User Guide – MyMail




5. When prompted, enter your username and password (example username:
   firstname.lastname@yourdomain.com).
     Accessing Outlook Web Access (OWA) 2003 User Guide – MyMail




6. Next, click on the inbox folder to check your e-mail.
     Accessing Outlook Web Access (OWA) 2003 User Guide – MyMail




7. To write a new message, click “NEW” button on the top menu.
        Accessing Outlook Web Access (OWA) 2003 User Guide – MyMail



Write
the recipient
e-mail address
here




8. If you would like to be notified when the recipient received the e-mail,
   click the “Options” to turn on the option.
     Accessing Outlook Web Access (OWA) 2003 User Guide – MyMail




9. In the “Message Option” dialog box, modify the option you would like to
   enable.
10.When you are done, click “Close” button.
     Accessing Outlook Web Access (OWA) 2003 User Guide – MyMail




11.You can also add Cc or Bcc. If you do not know the recipient e-mail
   address, click on any of these button (To, Cc, or Bcc).
     Accessing Outlook Web Access (OWA) 2003 User Guide – MyMail




12.Inside the “Find Names” dialog box, enter the name of the recipient that
   you would like to e-mail, and click “Find” button.
13.You can add the recipient to (To, Cc, or Bcc).
14.If you are done, then click "Close" Button.
     Accessing Outlook Web Access (OWA) 2003 User Guide – MyMail




15. To send your e-mail, click “Send” button.
     Accessing Outlook Web Access (OWA) 2003 User Guide – MyMail




16. You can click “Check for New Messages” button to check your new
   incoming e-mail.
     Accessing Outlook Web Access (OWA) 2003 User Guide – MyMail




17. When you are done, you can click the “Log off” button to log out from
   OWA.
     Accessing Outlook Web Access (OWA) 2003 User Guide – MyMail




18. Click “Close” button to close the window.
Accessing Outlook Web Access (OWA) 2003 User Guide – MyMail



            Thank You
 If you need further assistance for
  Accessing OWA 2003 Mymail
Please contact Petrodata Support at
 support@petrodata-system.com
         +62.21.56.100.200
         +62.812.1070.525

				
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Mohammad Elizar Mohammad Elizar Support Analyst http://www.petrodata-system.com
About I am working as IT support Analyst at Petrodata System. Petrodata System is an Information Technology Services Company, delivering business solutions to its clients, with a strong focus on the energy industry. I am responsible in IT services and operation management for the sub-surface, surface and business area of the industry.