Understanding Non–Windows-Based Mail Client Options

When enterprise network environments support non–Microsoft Windows-client operating systems, administrators must plan and support alternative means of access to Exchange mail information.

To accomplish this goal, administrators can use several options available to enable support to Exchange data and calendaring information for a variety of alternative non–Windows-based clients systems. Leveraging the built-in compatibility and functionality of Exchange Server 2003, access can be accomplished using multiple familiar client options, depending on the operating system being used and the functionality needed by the individual client.

Using client options such as Outlook for Macintosh, Outlook Web ...

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