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Exchange Improvements

Outlook 2003 includes a number of improvements when used as a client for Exchange Server. Those improvements come in the areas of connectivity, synchronization, sharing information, and status notifications. Further improvements can be realized when using Outlook 2003 as a client for Microsoft Exchange Server 2003, formerly codenamed Titanium.

Cached Exchange Mode

Outlook 2003 introduces a new concept in data storage and retrieval when using Exchange Server: Cached Exchange mode. If you've used previous versions of Outlook, you know that any loss in high-quality connection to the Exchange Server instantly resulted in Outlook displaying several annoying error messages before it stopped working completely. Outlook then had to be shut down, usually by killing its process in Task Manager. Even if the network connection restored itself after the first error message, previous versions of Outlook were often unable to detect that the connection was suddenly available again and still had to be restarted.


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