At our company we have always used PST files in for our Outlook data storage. This is mostly due to the fact that we didn't have exchange server the first few years we were in business. We have had exchange 2000 for several years now and I haven't ever changed everyone over to an ost file. What are the benifits of making that change? What are the drawbacks? What differences and I and the other clients going to notice on our machines? My main reason for asking is I would like to be able to use Microsoft Web Acess to check mail from outside the office as I can't find any other way to check exchange mail from outside.
What is involved in making the change step by step instructions would be helpful?
What is involved in using Microsoft Web Acess and how do I set it up?
Client computers are running windows 2000 on newer dell machines. The server is running windows 2000 server and exchange 2000.
Most clients are running either Outlook 2000 and a few are running Outlook 2002.