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Do the "Send / Receive Settings" do anything with an Exchang client?
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Yes. These setting are more geared towards offline mode and allow you to specify how often the client will connect to the server. Offline calendars and address books will be updated per these settings. These setting also apply to Exchange clients running in cached mode.

Here is a article from Microsoft with more detail ...
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/ork2003/HA011402661033.aspx
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