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Metalogix Archive Manager for Exchange 8.4 - OWA Guide

About the OWA extension

The Outlook Web Access (OWA) extension enables users to access and work with archived e-mails over the web. This extension is necessary only if you plan to allow users to access and retrieve archived emails over the web. Without this extension, the users will not be able to access the full content of the archived messages in OWA.

This guide describes how to install, configure and work with the Archive Manager OWA extension.

System requirements

·Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2012 R2, Windows Server 2016 or Windows Server 2019

·.NET Framework 4.6.1 (https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=49981)

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NOTE: In case of Windows Server 2012 / 2012 R2 / 2016 / 2019, make sure the .NET Framework 4.5 Features / WCF Services / HTTP Activation is checked under Server Manager > Add Roles and Features Wizard.

Supported browsers

·Mozilla Firefox 69 and later

·Google Chrome 76 and later

·Opera 63 and later

·Microsoft Edge

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NOTE: A valid certificate of the server where the OWA extension is installed must be imported into the trusted certificate store of the Microsoft Exchange Server.

IIS configuration

Verify that you have installed the fix for MVC applications. To find appropriate update according for your OS see http://support.microsoft.com/kb/980368. If you are unable to browse the MVC application, you can try to register the framework for IIS by running the followings commands:

·%windir%\Microsoft.NET\Framework64\v4.0.30319\aspnet_regiis.exe –ir

·IISreset

If required, uncheck Require SSL in IIS SSL Settings for OWA.

Installing the OWA extension

The Outlook Web Access (OWA) extension can be installed on any server in the same domain where Archive Manager for Exchange is installed. However it is recommended that the extension is installed on the primary Archive Manager for Exchange server.

In this chapter

Granting the super-user impersonation permissions in Exchange Server

Steps to install the OWA extension

Upgrading the OWA extension


Granting the super-user impersonation permissions in Exchange Server

The Archive Manager super-user must be granted impersonation permissions in the domain Exchange Server if you plan to access archived emails through OWA. Use the Exchange Management Shell to grand the super-user Impersonation permissions over all Exchange 2013/2016/2019 servers in your environment:

1.Start the Exchange Management Shell.

2.To grant the super-user Impersonation permissions, run the following command:

New-ManagementRoleAssignment –Name "Impersonation-MAM4Exchange" –Role "ApplicationImpersonation" –User "<superuser-name>"


Steps to install the OWA extension

1.Download and unzip the installer package.

2.Locate and run the extension installer. The default location is <installer-folder>\Metalogix\Archive Manager Installation Package\OWA Extension\Archive Manager OWA Extension Setup.exe. The Welcome window opens.

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3.Click Next. The License Agreement window opens.

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4.You can click Print to to take a printout of the agreement. Click Yes to continue. The Choose Destination Location window opens.

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5.Click Change to select another folder or click Next to accept the default location and continue. The Select Archive Server window opens. You can enter the server name or click Browse to locate the Archive server. Then click Test server to verify the connection to the Archive server.

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6.Click Next. The Logon Information window opens.

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Enter the superuser credentials in the User name and Password fields. The superuser was configured during the installation of Archive Manager and is usually the enterprise admin of your domain.

7.Click Next. The Ready to Install the Program window opens.

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8.Click Install. When the installation completes, the configuration wizard opens. See Configuring the OWA extension to complete the installation.


Upgrading the OWA Extention

1.Download and unzip the upgrade installer package.

2.Locate and run the extension installer. The default location is <installer-folder>\Metalogix\Archive Manager Installation Package\OWA Extension\Archive Manager OWA Extension Setup.exe. The Welcome window opens.

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3.Select Repair and click Next. The Logon Information window opens. Verify that the superuser User name is the same. Then re-enter the Password and Confirm Password. You can change the credentials if you want.

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4.Click Next. The Select Archive Server window opens. Verify that the Archive server is the same as before or click Browse to change the server.

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5.Click Next. The Ready to repair the program window opens.

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6.Click Repair to proceed with the upgrade. When the upgrade process completes, the Configuration setup wizard starts. If there are no changes to the previous configurations, you may click Cancel to exit the wizard. If you need to change the configuration, see Configuring the OWA extension to complete the upgrade..

 

 

Configuring the OWA extension

When the OWA extension is installed or upgraded, the configuration setup wizard starts automatically. Follow the steps described below to start and configure OWA manually.

1.Locate and run the configuration wizard from C:\Program Files\Metalogix\MAM4Exchange\Tools\OWA\exchangePamOwaNetInstallation.exe

2.Select the Install/repair option.

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3.Click Next. The Locate installation folder window opens. Verify the installation path displayed. If the path is not correct, click Change to locate the Archive Manager for Exchange installation folder.  

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4.Click Next. The Configuration parameters window opens. Select either Exchange Server or Office 365. The default exchange server selection and property values may be different. Please review and revise the values as described below.

For Exchange Server:

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Microsoft Exchange OWA URL - URL of the Microsoft Exchange server.

Archive Manager OWA Extension URL - URL of the server where the OWA extension is installed.

Archive Manager ExchangePamWS URL - URL of the ExchangePamWS service. This service is installed on the same server indicated in the Archive Manager OWA Extension URL property.

Microsoft Exchange Web service URL - URL of the Exchange web service in the format https://<exchange-server>/ews/exchange.asmx. The Exchange Web Service is a set of web services to access the mailboxes on Exchange Server. This web service is normally installed on Exchange Servers with the CAS role.

For Office 365:

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Microsoft Exchange OWA URL - read only property. Default value is https://outlook.office365.com

Archive Manager OWA Extension URL - the URL used to access OWA from the internet. If you use multiple URLs to access OWA, please use the one which is accessible to most of the users.

Archive Manager ExchangePamWS URL - URL for the ExchangePamWS service (it should be filled in automatically).

Microsoft Exchange Web service URL - read only property. Default value is https://outlook.office365.com/EWS/Exchange.asmx

5.Click Next. In the Exchange Web Services Credentials dialog fill in the credentials of the super-user under which Archive Manager is running. It was specified during the installation of the Archive Manager.

For Exchange Server:

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For Office 365 (the domain field is not needed)

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6.Click Next. The Server Information window opens.

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Enter the information as described below:

Primary Archive Server - name of your Archive Manager Archive Server.

Secondary Archive Server - name of your Archive Manager Retrieve Server. For a single-server deployment, the server name is the same as the Primary Archive Server. The secondary server will be used if the primary is not available.

OWA cache folder path - By default, the cache folder is created under the Web folder. Use the Browse button to change the OWA cache path, if necessary.

7.Click Next. The Summary window opens.

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8.Click Publish. The Installation window opens and the the upgrade progress is displayed. When the upgrade completes, the Maintenance Complete window opens.

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9.Click Finish to close the configuration setup wizard.

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NOTE: The new settings will not be applied immediately. Either you will have to wait until the system recognizes the changes (done approximately every hour) or you will have to reset the owa application pool: either by recycling the application pool or by resetting IIS. In the latter case connected users will be disconnected and will have to log on again.

 

Working with the OWA extension

When the OWA Extension is installed and configured correctly, the Metalogix Archive Manager OWA extension appears as an icon in the ribbon of the Outlook desktop client, or a menu option in the More Actions menu of any Office 365 Outlook email body. With this extension, you can archive emails with different retention categories, restore archived emails and search for archived emails.

In this chapter:

·Steps to access the OWA extention in Office 365 Outlook

·Steps to access the OWA extention in Outlook desktop

The following topics are described with a reference to an on-premise Outlook client. The same descriptions apply to an O365 Outlook web page:

·Non-archived emails

·Archived emails

·Full text search


Steps to access the OWA extention in Office 365 Outlook

1.Enter https://outlook.office365.com in your web browser and log in to your instance of Outlook.

2.Open any email and click More Actions from the email pane. The More Actions menu opens.

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3.Click Metalogix Archive Manager. The Metalogix Archive Manager OWA Extension panel opens.

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Steps to access the OWA extention in Outlook desktop

1.Enter https://<exchange-server-fqdn-name>/owa in your web browser.

2.Open any email and click the Metalogix Archive Manager extension link in the message pane. The Archive Manager extension panel expands to display the options available. For non-archived emails, the Archive and Search options are displayed. For non-archived emails, the Preview, Restore and Search options are displayed. and the functions that the user is permitted to use depending on what rights they are assigned in the Archive Manager Administration Center (AMAC).

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NOTE: Users can be granted or denied the permission to archive, restore or search for archived emails. The permissions are managed with the Archive Manager Administration Console (AMAC) in the Manager view > Settings > Outlook Addin permissions pane. For more information about permissions, see the Metalogix Archive Manager for Exchange Administration Guide.

 

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