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Lesson 21. Sending and Receiving Mail > Understanding Microsoft Exchange

Understanding Microsoft Exchange

You use the Microsoft Exchange program to send and receive mail messages within your network and over the Internet. This can be done through memos, letters, and reports. You can even attach files to a message. All messages sent in Microsoft Exchange travel to a specified directory on your computer—usually USERS\DEFAULT\WPGO, although it may be in another folder, such as \EXCHANGE. Windows NT also refers to the process of sending and receiving mail as Windows Messaging.

When you first start Microsoft Exchange, the Microsoft Exchange Setup Wizard appears to guide you through setting up the program and creating a profile for yourself. Follow the directions and make selections according to the suggestions in the Wizard dialog boxes. If you have any questions, ask your mail or network administrator.


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