Chapter 12. Integrating Outlook Express and Outlook

Even if you do use all of Outlook's features in your everyday work, you might still encounter times when you need an alternative to Microsoft Office Outlook 2003. You might be going out of town, for example, and want to check e-mail while you're gone but not use any of Outlook's other features. Microsoft Outlook Express is probably already on your notebook computer, has a smaller footprint than Outlook, and is a good choice as a POP3, IMAP, and HTTP client—with a few features even Outlook doesn't match.

Because this book focuses specifically on Outlook, this chapter doesn't cover all the details ...

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