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setting up ms outlook to use imap when working in workgroup mode.

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i have ms outlook 2000 clients connected to an exchange 2000 server. now i have to set up imap-accounts on some of the clients. does anybody know how it works?

reading this article it must be possible:
http://www.microsoft.com/Office/techinfo/productdoc/2002/en/outlook/AboutE-mailAccounts.htm

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markus
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Outlook 2000 (Corp/Workgroup) doesn't support IMAP unless you aquire a 3rd party transport like the one listed at http://www.cdc.com/imapsp  (IMAP support is native to Outlook 2000 Internet Mail Only mode but this mode doesn't support the Exchange transport.)

FWIW, Outlook 2002 supports Exchange and IMAP natively w/out having to worry about operational modes.
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