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Outlook Web Access 2007 Custom Dictionary

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My company is running Exchange 2007. Most of the staff gets their email using OWA 2007. I have spell checking enabled to execute once I hit the send button. Every time I attempt to send an email the spell checker flags my company's web address which is included with my signature. I have to include the web address with my signature because this is company policy. If I were using Outlook 2007 instead of OWA I could make an entry in my custom dictionary. Unfortunately I don't have a custom dictionary with OWA. Is there any way around this, perhaps a change can be made on a dictionary included on our Exchange 2007 server?
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