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Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Distilled by Scott Schnoll

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Outlook Mobile Access and Exchange ActiveSync

OMA and Exchange ActiveSync are technologies that enable users to access their mailboxes and synchronize the contents onto mobile devices for offline access. OMA can be accessed via a Pocket PC 2002 and Windows Mobile 2003 device or via a Wireless Access Protocol (WAP) 2.0 cell phone or other wireless device, over dial-up connections and low-bandwidth mobile networks, such as GPRS and single carrier radio transmission technology (1xRTT CDMA). The following subsections provide overviews of OMA and Exchange ActiveSync.

Outlook Mobile Access

OMA has many things in common with OWA. In fact, OMA is essentially “OWA Lite” on a mobile device (it's a pared-down version of the Basic OWA client). Like OWA, ...

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