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  Tuesday, August 05, 2008 – Permalink –

Outlook and OWA

Using Exchange Server?



There are two versions of Outlook:
  • Outlook 2003/2007
  • Outlook Web Access 2003/2007 Basic

With OWA, you can:
  • Read and responding to e-mail from any computer. You can access your mailbox without logging onto your corporate network.

  • Manage your calendar. View your appointments and other upcoming meetings, especially if you're just checking e-mail and your schedule.

  • View your tasks. Note You can only view tasks in the latest version, Microsoft Outlook Web Access 2003.

However you may find it difficult to:
  • Send or manage bulk e-mail and appointments. Handling large files or too many contacts can be slow.

  • Access personal folders in Outlook. You can't access Outlook folders you have saved at work.

  • Access the corporate network. You will not be able to view files saved on the network or visit internal intranet sites.



Microsoft offers this evaluation of capabilities:
Feature Comparison Between Outlook 2003, Office Outlook 2007, and Outlook Web Access 2007

Here is more information on OWA with the Exchange Server:
Features of Exchange Server 2007

Slipstick.com:
Outlook Web Access to Microsoft Exchange Server


Also see if this will work on your system:

MS Exchange Blog
:
Email security S/MIME control
(If it doesn't work, Exchange Server 2003 could be configured to block attachments in Outlook Web Access. )


[Edited entry from 4/15/2005]




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