Windows 95's Windows Messaging has a Microsoft Mail component that enables you to send and retrieve messages over a local area network. For those times when you want to perform email chores while you're on the road, you can set up Microsoft Mail to use a remote Dial-Up Networking connection. This section shows you how it's done.
Before proceeding, you should create a new Exchange profile for your remote Microsoft Mail sessions:
Create a new profile by opening Control Panel's Mail icon, clicking Show Profiles, and then clicking Add. Be sure not to add the Microsoft Mail service to this profile.
Log on to Windows Messaging using your original profile. ...