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    Do you use SSL for Webmail?

    I'm planning to, ideally the whole session, login at the very least. What do other people do?

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    Re: Do you use SSL for Webmail?

    We use OWA to access our Exchange server from the outside. The entire session is encrypted. ISA Server won't let you do it any other way iirc.

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