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Exchange vs Outlook98

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I would like to know what the deal is with Outlook98 and Exchange.  Do I need both?  Can I use just one?  What are the differences between them?  I have looked all over the web for a definitive answer (Is there one?), can anyone suggest a really good site that deals with these issues.

Thanks in advance

Graham Dell
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You dont need both as outlook does all that exchange did.
Outlook 98 has many other features such as a calendar, a to do list and allows customised forms to be developed.
It is also much slower at initialising and terminiating and watch out when upgrading from exchange to outlook as users inbox items may disappear on upgrade (it happened to me).
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Thanks that really cleared things up for me!  It is amazing that all these sites exist with info about outlook and exchange, but it is so hard to find a concise definition.  Thanks again.
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