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Part I: The Big Picture > Installing Outlook

Chapter 2. Installing Outlook

Outlook's primary raison d'être is connectivity. Whether we're talking connectivity between Outlook's individual components, between its Office cousins, or between your friends and business associates around the world, how you install Outlook will determine the tools and options you have at your disposal, and how they work.

Outlook is not really one program—there are three separate installations to choose from. You can install Outlook as a standalone Personal Information Manager or PIM (No E-mail mode), as a PIM plus an email client for Internet-based messaging (Internet Mail Only or IMO mode), or as a PIM plus an email client for corporate-based messaging ( Corporate or Workgroup or CW mode). This chapter details these three installations: how they differ, how to choose the best one for your needs, and how to configure the installation you've chosen.


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