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Chapter 26. Using Outlook as an Exchange... > Using Outlook as a Client for Exchan...

Using Outlook as a Client for Exchange Server

It's estimated that a full 50% of Outlook installations involve an Exchange Server somewhere in the picture. Either Outlook is used as an Exchange client or Outlook is used to download messages from an Exchange Server over a POP3 or IMAP4 connection. Outlook isn't the only method you can use to access Exchange, but it's by far the most feature-rich method of Exchange client access.

NOTE

Although you can access Exchange Server using POP3 or IMAP4, these access methods do not provide the rich features of Calendar, Contacts, Tasks, Journal, and Notes.



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