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Using Microsoft Outlook on MAC by using "Virtual PC"

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Currently where I work, MIS is installing a new Windows NT 4.0 Server, there are about 16 PC's running Windows NT, and 10 Power PC's w/ OS8. Our MIS is planning to use "Microsoft Outlook"(for Windows NT) for E-mailing purposes and accessing databases among the stations. MIS feels that we must install "Virtual PC" on the macs in order to use Outlook. I would like to know if anyone knows if this method of using Virtual PC to run Outlook on a Mac will work, is there any conflicts, are there other "Outlook" type programs that come in a mac version, that are comparable to Outlook that will communicate/work with the installed Outlook program on the NT Server?
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Tell them to buy Microsoft Outlook for the PowerMac.  We are beta-testing it here.  It works.
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