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Checking office calendar, contact list at home

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I have a Win. 2000 Server at work and installed Exchange Server on it. I have created local mail boxes for the employees on Exchange Server and they can check their local mails, calendar, contact list, etc at work. The employees would like to check their local mail, calendar,and contact list at home using Microsoft Outlook and modem. Is it Possilbe? If so, how can I do that?

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You may want to look at OWA (Outlook Web Access)

Exchange servers come with it, and you can access it from any internet computer.
http://www.microsoft.com/atwork/workspace/home/connect.mspx
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