Chapter 10. Clients

The Outlook question

Outlook Web App

OWA mailbox policies and feature segmentation

POP3 and IMAP4 clients

Exchange ActiveSync

Client throttling

Unified Messaging

Exchange 2010 APIs

A common connection point

MICROSOFT has pursued a multiple client access strategy for Exchange since it first introduced Web access and Post Office Protocol 3 (POP3) support in Microsoft Exchange 5.0. The first browser client was introduced at a time when the set of supported clients was very limited and largely centered on the existing “fat” client (the original Exchange Messaging Application Programming Interface [MAPI] viewer) and Microsoft Outlook 97. Although it could connect to Exchange, the browser interface was slow, only supported Internet Explorer, ...

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