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Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Distilled by Scott Schnoll

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Chapter 9. Outlook Clients and Mobility

The way people work and communicate has changed a lot over the years, and to keep up Microsoft has continued to evolve Exchange Server and Exchange clients. Exchange Server clients have come a long way since the first clients introduced with Exchange 4.0—Exchange Client 4.0 and its companion, Schedule Plus (Schedule+). Exchange users today use different types of networks and different types of computers and devices from different locations, including at work, at home, and on the road.

Networks typically have three attributes used to describe them: speed, responsiveness, and reliability. Speed generally refers to bandwidth, which can range from a 56K (or slower) modem to the gigabit speeds found on corporate ...

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