Up to this point, we have focused primarily on the server aspect of the Exchange environment, because this book is primarily about administering Microsoft Exchange Server 2003. However, a server does not operate in a void; clients must connect to it to complete the picture.
This is the first of four chapters that examine the deployment of clients in an Exchange organization. This chapter introduces you to the main types of clients that you might find in your Exchange environment:
Microsoft Outlook Express
Microsoft Outlook Web Access ...