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Figure 41-1. Use this page to enter details for your e-mail account.
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AutoDiscover requires that your computer be able to resolve the autodiscover host in your domain. For example, if your computer resides in the tailspintoys.com domain, your computer must be able to resolve autodiscover.tailspintoys.com to the servers on the tailspintoys.com network that are providing AutoDiscover services. For more details on AutoDiscover, see the Exchange Server 2007 documentation.
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4. If you don t want to use AutoDiscover, choose Manually Con gure Server Settings Or Additional Server Types, and then click Next. 5. Choose Microsoft Exchange, and then click Next. 6. On the Microsoft Exchange Settings page, shown in Figure 41-2, specify the following information:
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Figure 41-2. Con gure basic Exchange Server settings on the Microsoft Exchange Settings page.
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a locally cached copy of your entire Exchange Server mailbox on your local computer. Outlook 2007 creates an of ine folder store (.ost) le in which to store the mailbox and works from that cached copy, handling synchronization issues automatically.
User Name Specify the name of your mailbox on the server. You can specify your logon account name or mailbox name. For example, you might use chill or Chris Hill. Check Name After you enter your logon or mailbox name, click Check Name to
check the speci ed account information against the information on the server. If you specify your logon name, clicking Check Name automatically changes the user name to your mailbox name. Outlook 2007 indicates a successful check by underlining the user name. If you are connecting to the server using remote procedure call (RPC) over HTTP, do not click Check Name you must con gure the connection rst because Outlook 2007 must be able to communicate with the server to check your name. 7. Click More Settings to open the Microsoft Exchange dialog box, shown in Figure 41-3.
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41 Con guring the Exchange Server Client
Figure 41-3. Use the Microsoft Exchange dialog box to con gure additional options.
8. Use the information in the following sections to con gure additional settings if needed, and then click OK to close the Microsoft Exchange dialog box. Click Next, and then click Finish.
Con guring General Properties
You use the General tab in the Microsoft Exchange dialog box (shown earlier in Figure 41-3) to con gure the account name, the connection state, and other general settings, as follows:
Exchange Account Specify the name under which the account appears in your Outlook 2007 con guration. This name has no bearing on the Exchange Server name or your account name. For example, you might name the account Of ce EMail, Work Account, or Microsoft Exchange Server. Automatically Detect Connection State Direct Outlook 2007 to detect the con 41
nection state (of ine or online) at startup and choose the appropriate state. Use this option if your computer is connected to the network all the time. Use this option also if you re setting up an Exchange Server account on a notebook computer under a pro le you use when the notebook is connected to the network.
Manually Control Connection State Control the connection state at startup.
Choose this option if you re setting up an Exchange Server account on a computer that is sometimes disconnected from the network (a notebook computer, for example) or that always accesses the computer running Exchange Server remotely.
Con guring General Properties
Choose one of the following suboptions, depending on how you want Outlook 2007 to connect to the server:
Choose The Connection Type When Starting Specify which method Outlook
2007 uses to connect to the computer running Exchange Server at startup. If this check box is selected, Outlook 2007 prompts you each time it starts, asking whether you want to connect to the network or work of ine. Clear this check box if you want Outlook 2007 to make that determination.
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