Working with Exchange support


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Working with Exchange support

Probably the most significant addition to Mail in Snow Leopard is its native support for Microsoft Exchange. Well, it's at least significant for Mac users in a large business or enterprise that uses Exchange servers. If you don't use an Exchange server you can probably skip this movie, but if your company does use Exchange this means you can now sync not just Mail but also iCal and Address Book with Microsoft Exchange 2007 Servers. And that's without the need to install any third-party applications or perform any contrived workarounds, like you might have had to do in the past. One thing you need to bear in mind though is that older versions of Exchange are not supported.

Your server needs to be running at least Update Rollup 4 for Exchange Server 2007, and that's Service Pack 1 or later. So before you set up your Exchange accounts on your Mac, you should probably check with your Exchange administrator to make sure he or she has the latest updates installed. That said, le...

Working with Exchange support
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Working with Exchange support provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Garrick Chow as part of the Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard New Features

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