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i am installing windows exchange server
but i am looking at the diffrence on between
enterprise and standar.
i am a company with   87 users and they receive over 300 MB a day in mails.


first what is  X.400 connectors ?
i am curretnly using outlook over RPC, from an exchanger server hosted somewhere else.

what  should i use ?

can i have a user conected to my exchange server using outlook  RPC over HTTP if i deploy the estandar ?

thanks
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x.400 connectors are legacy connectors for Exchange 5.5, please ignore them

What method you use for your clients connect to your exchange server depends on a number of factors, such as network speed to your exchange server, how large each email is and how many email you recieve a day.

Given that you havent stated which version of Exchange / outlookk client you are running, I will assume Exchange 2003 SP2 and Outlook 2003

First thing to do is make sure all your outlook clients are using cached mode as per this article: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/870926.
Some further information regarding office 2003 cached mode here: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/office-2003-resource-kit/setting-up-outlook-2003-cached-exchange-mode-accounts-HA001140259.aspx

RPC over HTTP is available in standard edition of Exchange 2003 and here is an article that describes how to configure it: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/833401

Hope this helps
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THANKS FOR YOUR VALUABLE COMENTS :)
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