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A very simple question...Outlook Client on the Mac?

Posted on 1998-09-01
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Where can I fine the Outlook 98 client for the Mac?  I have called Microsoft and they said that it was included with Exchange Server.  I am running Microsoft NT 4.0 Small Business Server and cannot find the exchange or the Outlook client for the Mac anywhere.
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The new version of the Outlook client for the Mac includes support for OS 8, and was released as part of the Exchange 5.5 SP1 update.

It will run on Macintosh 68k platforms as well as PPC.

The full client can be downloaded at the following (long) URL:

<ftp://ftp.microsoft.com
/bussys/exchange/exchange-public/fixes/Eng/Exchg5.5/Sp1/Mac/>

Note that SP1_55MA.EXE (a self-extracting ZIP file) is 7MB smaller
than SP1_55MA.hqx, and can be unzipped on the Macintosh using ZipIt.

<http://www.awa.com/softlock/zipit/zipit.html>



Richard Birchall
aa158@valleynet.on.ca


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