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Figure 2-58 Message with a .doc attachment smaller than 250 KB
Figure 2-59 illustrates a message with a document attachment larger than
250 KB.
Figure 2-59 Message with a .doc attachment larger than 250 KB
5. Log off from Everyplace Access and log on as this user to the Exchange
server by navigating to http//:wea01.pvclab.com/exchange/marcy/.
6. Click Calendar. Create a new calendar entry (appointment).
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Figure 2-60 Creating an appointment (Microsoft Exchange 2000)
Figure 2-61 Creating an appointment (Microsoft Exchange 2003)
7. Select a date and time and type in some information. Then select Invite
Attendees, as shown in Figure 2-62.
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Figure 2-62 Creating an appointment (Microsoft Exchange 2000)
Figure 2-63 illustrates the corresponding window for Microsoft Exchange 2003.
Figure 2-63 Creating an appointment (Microsoft Exchange 2003)
8. Type in Terry as the required invitee and click Check names.
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Figure 2-64 Creating an appointment - Adding invitees (Microsoft Exchange 2000)
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Figure 2-65 Creating an appointment - Adding invitees (Microsoft Exchange 2003)
9. Click Send.
10.Now create a recurring meeting. Follow the steps outlined above and click
Recurrence on the following screen.

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