Chapter 9. Outlook 2003

IN THIS CHAPTER

Managing email with Outlook

Understanding connection and caching enhancements

Working with synchronization

Understanding communication improvements

What's New

One of the enhancements in this release of Exchange Server is that you can now use a broad spectrum of clients to access Exchange Server 2003. As with previous versions of Exchange Server, Outlook is the premier client for Exchange users and offers the most functionality. Although Exchange Server 2003 can be accessed from Outlook 2000 or higher, Outlook 2003 has a number of features that were created specifically for this version of Exchange and the two products were developed at the same time.

The most noticeable difference between this and ...

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