Managing New Mailbox Features

With Exchange Server 2003 are new mailbox features that were not available with previous versions of Exchange. With Exchange Server 2003, user wireless support is now included in Exchange operating systems and greatly enhances the capability to provide end-user support and compatibility with wireless devices such as cellphones and pocket PCs.

Using Wireless support features, Microsoft Windows Pocket PC clients can now use Microsoft Active Sync and Pocket Outlook to access Exchange server data and synchronize Outlook information.

Using the Properties tab of a mail-enabled object or the Exchange Tasks Wizard, administrators can select features to enable and disable on an individual or multiple Exchange mailboxes.

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