I have an HP IPAQ running MS Pocket PC 2003 with a GPRS modem inbuilt. While out of the office, I would like to be able to access my network and read email (Exchange server).
One idea was to utilise an analog modem hanging off an XP Pro machine. Could this be a viable solution - if so, how would I go about configuring the IPAQ & XP Pro machine for remote access? Then how do I go about accessing the shares & Exchange server from the IPAQ?
Many thanks in advance for your comments, tips and ideas.
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