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Are simultaneous open sessions of same Outlook account possible without "damaging" account?

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We want to have the ability to have 2 people reply and send out emails using the same email account at the same time without having to use OWA.  Can we do this without imperiling the exchange account?
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Yes, this won't damage the exchange account at all.
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