Customizing the Outlook Web Access URL

AppRiver Hosted Exchange > Outlook Web Access
1. If you would like to use a custom URL to access Outlook Web Access (e.g., http://mail.mycompany.corp/), then you need your DNS provider to add a CNAME record.

mail.mycompany.corp   IN   CNAME   exg5.exghost.com
or > mail.mycompany.corp   IN   CNAME   exg6.exghost.com

Note: Please contact support if you do not know your server island.

2. After the CNAME record is added to DNS, then you may access Outlook Web Access via HTTP using your custom URL. 

3. If you use HTTPS://, then you will get a browser warning, but you may click through it and continue. If you use HTTP://, then you will not get a browser warning, but the connection will not be encrypted with SSL.

4. Another option would be to host a Web page that redirects users to the URL for Outlook Web Access, such as this ASP code:

Response.Redirect("https://exg5.exghost.com/exchange/")
or > Response.Redirect("https://exg6.exghost.com/exchange/")

Note: Please contact support if you do not know your server island.