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IMAP setup on exchange server

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Can someone point me in the right direction?  I have exchange 2000 and I have a bunch of POP3 accounts setup, but I am interested in learing how to do IMAP, but I can't find good documentation, like a step by step guide.   This can't be hard to do i just dont know where to look in all the settings.

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by:sunray_2003
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I guess you are planning to setup IMAP account on your outlook , Right ?

What version of Outlook you have ?

I guess outlook 2000 's Internet mail only mode only supports IMAP..

http://www.msexchange.org/tutorials/Connecting_POP_And_IMAP_Clients_To_MS_Exchange_Server.html

http://www.slipstick.com/mail1/olinet.htm#imap

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by:NickUA
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no i am really wondering how to setup IMAP on my exchange server so i can use outlooks imap settings...
I am new to IMAP...
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by:NickUA
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nm i figured that part out.....how do you get your calendar, tasks, and notes on the IMAP

thanks
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NickUA,

Where have you setup IMAP .. in Outlook .. I guess using IMAP you get only messages
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i setup imap in outlook....is there a way to put contacts, tasks and notes or is that something different?

sorry for the confusion
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My understanding is calendar, contact, task and notes should be stored locally in the machine in a PST file. you can create  a pst file and import those if you already have them
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so there is no way that outlook will sync the contacts etc.
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I guess one of the ways is to use OWA
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