Outlook Web Access (OWA) has come a long way since its debut in Microsoft Exchange Server 5.5. The Exchange 2000 version was the first production AJAX application, and subsequent versions have continued to add features and capability, many of which are unmatched by competing web mail systems. The Exchange 2010 release—which, remember, changed the name to Outlook Web App—addressed one of the biggest complaints about OWA: the difference in functionality between different ...
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