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Outlook 2011 for Mac and Exchange Server 2003

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Hello Experts

I fear I already know the answer to this question... but has anyone managed to get Outlook 2011 for Mac connected successfully to an Exchange 2003 server?

Thanks!
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You can create an IMAP account for E2003, but for all mailbox features, I'm afraid it's E2007 or later.
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Thought so! Thanks for the confirmation.
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