I know there are more CAC enabled OWA sites, if you want yours added, or know of other CAC enabled OWA sites, please email me Since this site revolves around CACs, please NO regular OWA sites. If you have questions or suggestions for this site, contact Michael J. Danberry. Are you interested in subscribing to the CACNews email list?
OWA is no longer available using traditional usernames and passwords. Please contact your Information Assurance (IA) office for clarification on the directive or your local support operation for other remote access alternatives for email. CAC-Enabled OWA. https://web.mail.mil/owa
This website was created because of the lack of information available to show how to utilize Common Access Card (CAC)s on Personal Computers. MilitaryCAC has been online since 9 November 2007 and has over 121 individual pages of information and support.
Here are my thoughts: These are all public facing OWA servers that are located in a DMZ (Demilitarized Zone) on a government computer network and require a CAC to access them. So, the links won't help anyone if they don't have a CAC and an email account on that particular network.
CAC recognized for AKO login but not for Enterprise email certificate?: I know I could have contacted privately via inbox but I hope an open forum would resolve this issue not only for me but for whoever else that may have or will experience this. I have had this issue on my home computer (laptop) now for three days. I can log into AKO with the ...
Explorer accessing OWA 31 What I know: 1. I am receiving emails from people in the Army accessing @mail.mil, Air Force accessing @us.af.mil, Navy accessing @navy.mil, and Marines accessing @usmc.mil 2. I am also receiving emails from people using both Windows and Mac computers. 3. They are all receiving many PIN prompts when using Internet ...
If you have a Common Access Card (CAC), you can use it to log into the Portal. If you do not have a CAC, create a Level 1 DS Logon account. (Click here) which takes you to the Help Center. Under the REGISTRATION tab, click on question #2 (I am a veteran) and follow the instructions.
Solution 1-2: If you have an SCR-331 CAC Reader and using Vista, Windows 7, or 8, and are still having problems getting the reader to be recognized by ActivClient, or your CAC reader shows up as STCII Smart Card Reader follow these instructions for updating the firmware on the reader.