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connecting to outlook 2003 from SBS 2003 without joining the domain

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I installed a SBS 2003 server for a client last year. The owner decided he hated having to press
<Ctrl> <Alt> <Delete> to get into his computer. So I removed the XP workstations from the SBS domain. Recently the office staff realized they need at least internal E-mail. I tried setting up Outlook 2003 to use password authentication, which works on my regular Exchange server, but SBS won't connect. When I set up the account and use "Check Name", the server responds, but then times out when I open the program.
The wizards don't offer any options I can find. Is this a permission problem or a "can't get there from here" problem
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