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Microsoft® Exchange Server 2003 Administrator's Pocket Consultant by William R. Stanek

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Chapter 3. Managing Mobile Outlook Users for Wireless, Web and Dial-Up Access

Most users want to be able to access e-mail, calendars, contacts, and scheduled tasks no matter what time it is or where they are, and with Microsoft Exchange Server 2003, you can make anywhere, anytime access to Exchange data a real possibility. How? Start by using Exchange’s built-in mobile and Web access features to allow users to connect to Exchange using wireless networks and over the Internet using Web browsers. Afterward, configure your network to allow direct dial-up connections or to use remote procedure calls (RPCs) over Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP), and then create Microsoft Outlook profiles that use these configurations.

Mastering Outlook Web Access ...

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