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Connecting to MS Mail in Win98?

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In Win98, I am unable to connect to my network Server's Postoffice. Outlook and Outlook express will only give me internet email connect options. I installed MS Exchange, but under the tools menu, I cannot select services (it won't start). How do I configure Win98 to access interoffice email?
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This will require help from your System Admin in your office.  They have not only the server settings but the TCPIP info your pc needs to make the connection to your interoffice email.

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Thanks. That seems to be the answer I get from everybody, but my problem is that either using DHCP or setting an IP address on the workstation still doesn't give me the options to connect to the server Postoffice. I have spoken to 4 tech supports, and even knowing the server settings and TCP/IP hasn't helped. I have no problem accessing files and printers on the network. It's just the email.
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