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Exchange SBS 2011 MAC Note BooK LDAP

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trying to configure a Mac Notebook to SBS Exchange 2011, can anyone tell me how to find the LDAP its looking for on the Server , everything we use connects to the Server fine, iphones, Blackberrys etc but this MAC is giving me a hard time. I was using SBS 2003 with exchange and it connect fine with no LDAP settings, not sure how to get around this

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Are you using Entourage, if so what version?
Regardless, my recommendation would be to install Outlook 2011 http://www.microsoft.com/mac/outlook
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It appears from the splash screen when Entourage starts Im using 2008 , your thoughts ?
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There is an Exchange Web Services update for Entourage EWS. This would be a minimum requirement for connecting to Exchange 2010.
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=0eeeeb50-fc26-4c9c-88a5-685ebc702667

I still recommend getting Outlook 2011, it provides a far better experience.
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