CC:Mail and Outlook

Posted on 1998-11-19
Last Modified: 2010-04-08
I'm using ccmail 2.0 can i get that and out look to work together and how
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david_levine earned 100 total points
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How about some more details. Are you looking to get Outlook98 be your front-end to your cc:Mail Post Office? You just need to install the cc:Mail Add-in. It's supported by Microsoft. The back-end Post Office needs to be DB6, though you can look at the following article to get DB8 support:

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Most excellent David
     Though your answer was correct I had to do a little easter egging to find exactly where to go. Clarity will doc points in the future. Thank you. Be ready for I have many more questions to ask. Take care

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Thanks man = )

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