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Acessing Exchange 2003 over http

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I"m using http over rpc to access my mail with msoutlook  to a Frontend Exgbage 2003 server . My question is what happens if the frontend server goes down Will MS Outlook still be lactive or offline??
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Your outlook will show "offline" if the server goes offline.

If you have setup outlook to cache you will still be able to read your emails but sent emails will stay in your outbox.
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The front-end server is what is providing the HTTP/RPC services, if it goes down your outlook will report as offline.
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