We have Exchange 2010 and Outlook 2003/2007/2010 in 2008 AD environment.
Notebook staff need to connect to server when away from office.
- Allow to use multiple computer to access mailbox. Staff may use desktop(In office) and notebook(Away from office) to access mailbox at the same time.
- Staff can use Outlook when can not connect to internet. Able to read existing emails and pending out going email temporary and auto continue to send out when able to connect to internet.
Use VPN and traditional Exchange setting
Use PRC over HTTPS
Which one is better?
Any cached file for PRC over HTTPS?
I prefer RPC/HTTPs cause it means you don't have to have a VPN connection to use it, you can use it on any outlook client. Your Security team, might want all Outlook clients to connect over VPN though,
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