Configuring Outlook Express

Outlook Express is the free, fully featured e-mail and newsgroups client that is installed by default in all currently shipping Microsoft operating systems, making it easy to support. Clients are also available for the Apple Macintosh, several types of UNIX, and Microsoft Windows 3.1, although these clients differ a little from the Windows versions.

Both the Macintosh client and the UNIX client have additional support for Exchange Server, a feature not available in the Windows clients. However, the fullest support for Exchange Server is found in Outlook 2002. Because this book isn’t about Internet Explorer and Outlook Express, some topics relevant to system administrators are only briefly covered here.

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