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Need to be member of domain to use Outlook in Exchange Mode?

Do my clients need to be a member of my domain in order to use Outlook in Exchange Mode?  I am testing on my local box which is not part of the domain and I am getting the error "The connection to the Microsoft Exchange Server is unavailable."  What do I need to do to get Outlook working in Exchange Mode?
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ryandale56
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redseatechnologiesCommented:
Hi ryandale56,

No, you do not need the computer to be a domain member to use outlook in exchange mode.

But, you will obviously need a domain user account to log into the exchange server with.

What version of outlook and exchange are we talking about here?

-red
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mass2612Commented:
Hi,

You don't need to have the cliebnt machine in the domain but the account you are using to open the mailbox will need access via ADU&C. By default the security for Outlook is set to integrated. You may need to change the Outlook profile security setting to "none"

http://answers.vt.edu/ask4help/email/vtkb2215.htm
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ryandale56Author Commented:
aw, ok i will try that Mass.  I am running exchange 2003 and outlook 2003.
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