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Using Outlook with Exchange Server
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Con guring the Exchange Server Client . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 967
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Outlook as an Exchange Server Client . . . . . . . . . . . . . 967 Con guring General Properties . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 970 Con guring Advanced Properties . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 972
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lthough you can use Microsoft Of ce Outlook 2007 with other types of mail servers, you derive the greatest bene t when you use Of ce Outlook 2007 with Microsoft Exchange Server. Added bene ts include the Out Of Of ce Assistant, the ability to recall messages, the ability to delegate functions to an assistant, the use of server-side message rules, and many other collaboration features.
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You can connect to Exchange Server using any of several protocols, including Post Of ce Protocol 3 (POP3), Network News Transfer Protocol (NNTP), Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP), and even Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP). This means two things: you can connect to an Exchange Server using e-mail clients other than Outlook 2007 (Microsoft Outlook Express or Eudora, for example), and you can use a service provider other than the Exchange Server client within Outlook 2007 (such as POP3) to connect to the server, assuming that the server is appropriately con gured. To get all the bene ts afforded by the combination of Outlook 2007 and Exchange Server, however, you must use the Exchange Server service provided with Outlook 2007. This chapter explains how to add the Exchange Server client to an Outlook 2007 pro le and con gure its settings.
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For detailed information about adding other service providers to an Outlook 2007 pro le, see 3, Con guring Outlook Pro les and Accounts. You ll nd additional information about setting up Internet e-mail accounts in 7, Using Internet Mail Accounts.
Outlook as an Exchange Server Client
The Microsoft Exchange Server service in Outlook 2007 allows you to use Outlook 2007 as a client for Exchange Server. Of all the services supported by Outlook 2007, Exchange Server offers the broadest range of functionality, providing excellent support for collaboration, information sharing, group scheduling, and more.
41 Con guring the Exchange Server Client
The remaining chapters in Part 9, Using Outlook with Exchange Server, cover a broad range of topics to help you use Outlook 2007 effectively as an Exchange Server client.
Setting up an Exchange Server account in Outlook 2007 isn t dif cult, but it does require several steps, as follows: 1. If you are running Outlook 2007 for the rst time, in the Outlook 2007 Startup Wizard, go to the Choose E-Mail Service page. To reach this page if you have run Outlook 2007 previously and your pro le already includes a mail account, right-click the Outlook icon on the Start menu, select the pro le, and then choose Properties. Click E-Mail Accounts, and then click New on the E-Mail tab in the Account Settings dialog box. 2. Select the Microsoft Exchange, POP3, IMAP, or HTTP option, and then click Next. 3. The Auto Account Setup page, shown in Figure 41-1, gives you a place to specify your name, e-mail address, and password. If AutoDiscover is properly con gured on the computer running Exchange Server and in your network environment, you can enter your name, e-mail address, and password as it is set on the server, click Next, and have Outlook 2007 determine the settings necessary to connect to your server. However, the following steps assume that you are not able to use AutoDiscover and must con gure the account manually.
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