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Working Remotely

Using Exchange as an e-mail system is particularly useful for people who travel. You can create an offline Outlook folder on your laptop's hard disk. After doing so, you can copy information from your folders in the Exchange store into the offline folder so you can work with Outlook while you're not connected to Exchange.

While you're away from the office, you can connect to Exchange using a dial-up connection to receive information from, and send information to, Exchange. While connected, you can synchronize the information on your remote computer with that in your Exchange store so your folders in both locations have the latest information. Similarly, when you return to your office, you can again synchronize so you can continue to work with the latest information while your computer is connected to Exchange.


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