I work remotely and need to access a SBS 2003 mailbox, which is used to log messages sent from numerous client servers for maintenance.
The messages need to be viewed, acted upon and any replies need to be sent through the company mail server...as if i was 'at work', which is fine if i am at work.
I work from one location, so there is no need for roaming capability, i am also aware of OWA which has its uses but would prefer the full functionality of Outlook 2007.
I currently run my own Exchange Server and Outlook doesnt seem to support more than one Exchange account. There is an Outlook Anywhere feature ,which I havent looked fully into, maybe thats the answer...not sure.
In short, I really want to be able to have access to the maintenance log mailbox using Outlook 2007, be able to read and reply as if i was there, and have it coexist with the local Exchange mailbox I currently access with Outlook...preferably without using VPN.