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    Password Notification (Exchange 2007)

    Hi all,
    At work we use Exchange 2007 and Windows 2003 server - We do have many remote users. We also have a password policy which states that users need to change the passwords every 50 days. Our remote users are not connected to our domain. We have asked all the remote user to use Microsoft Outlook but we have a problem with passwords. Users do no get a warning that they password is about to expire e.g. 2 days etc. Is there a way to configure exchange so users get an email to notify them that their password is about to expire in a week for instance. I then can create a simple guide which shows how to change the password in OWA.
    Your help is much appreciated.

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    Re: Password Notification (Exchange 2007)

    Joe
    We do not want users to use OWA, we want them to use Microsoft Outlook 2003. If we use OWA it does notify the users if the password is about to expire..

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