Using Outlook Cached Mode for Remote Connectivity

Outlook 2003 has new features to enhance the end user experience of those who access Outlook remotely. With the new Cached Mode, the OST and OAB are more seamlessly intertwined and easier to configure and use, and the experience should be faster for the end user than it was previously.

The core idea behind Cached Mode is that offline users have a full copy of their mailbox stored locally (in an OST) that automatically updates while online without user intervention. While using Cached Mode, the user should be able to be online, should receive email and synchronize the mailbox, and should be able to disconnect from the network and reconnect to the network without exiting from Outlook—without experiencing ...

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