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Microsoft Outlook 2000 Earlier versions of Outlook such as Outlook 98 and Outlook 97 Microsoft OWA Microsoft Outlook Express (OE) Third-party Internet mail client software
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There are advantages and disadvantages in using these different clients:
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Outlook 2000 offers users the greatest number of features for both messaging and collaboration and is designed specifically to work with Exchange on the backend and the Microsoft Office 2000 suite of applications on the client site Deploying Outlook 2000 is relatively straightforward, but the hidden cost is that of training your users to use such a powerful client effectively (unless you are upgrading from an earlier version of Outlook they are already familiar with) Generally speaking, however, Outlook 2000 is the preferred client for desktop users in a company that uses Exchange 2000 OWA simplifies deployment considerably because it enables users to access many Outlook functions such as messaging, scheduling, and contacts with the use of a standard Web browser The full functionality of the version of OWA included with Exchange 2000 is only realized if you have Microsoft Internet Explorer 50 or higher installed on users desktops OWA also lacks some of the functionality of the true Outlook client, but may be sufficient for some companies that can be satisfied with a more lightweight client OWA is probably better suited as a client for traveling employees who need to be able to access their email and schedule from any machine connected to the Internet such as an Internet terminal We looked at OWA in 3 OE is another lightweight client that is suited best to employees who travel or work offsite OE is fine for Internet mail but lacks the scheduling features supported by Outlook and OWA
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Let s look at how to install and configure Outlook 2000, the client that supports the greatest number of features for Exchange and is generally used as the default desktop messaging and collaboration client for companies that deploy Exchange
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To install Outlook 2000 on a client machine, log on with an account that has privileges for installing software and run setupexe from the compact disk or from a distribution point (a shared folder on the network where the Outlook installation files are stored) This starts the Welcome to Microsoft Outlook 2000 Wizard (Figure 61)
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Figure 61 Running setupexe to install Outlook 2000
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You can also perform unattended installations of Microsoft Outlook using answer files or automatically deploy Outlook using software such as Microsoft SMS These deployment scenarios are beyond the scope of this book because our primary focus is on Exchange Specify your user name and organization and client Next Then read the EULA, accept it, and click Next You now have a choice of either accepting the default installation options by clicking Install Now or choosing to customize the installation by specifying which components you want to install and where to install them by selecting Customize (Figure 62) We ll chose the default option Install Now and proceed
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Figure 62 Choosing a typical or custom installation
Windows Installer will then proceed to install and configure Outlook on the client computer Once this is finished, Outlook will be installed but is not specifically configured for the user who will be using it we ll look at that next
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In our walkthrough, we are installing and configuring Outlook 2000 as a new mail client; there are no previous mail clients on the machine If there is an existing mail client, Outlook offers the option of importing the mail, list of contacts, and other information from the existing client into Outlook
Configuring Outlook for Exchange
Having installed Outlook on a user s client machine, we still have to configure it to connect with the user s mailbox on the appropriate Exchange server on our network Let s assume this particular client
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