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Use Exchange Proxy / IMAP and send from home

Posted on 2011-09-25
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hi
i want to use IMAP for exchange
also i want to send messages from office & home using outlook
i have windows SBS 2011?
can i do that?
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by:Deepu Chowdary
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Yes you can easily do that.
Since email is kept on server, No need to download all email when using other desktop PC to check your email and also it is a lot Easier to identify the unread email.

Follow the below link :
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/286197
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by:Em Man
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RPC over HTTP is the Answer.

it will outlook you to send and received emails anywhere.
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by:Sawyer
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thank you "Exchange9" but how can i send email from home???
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speed15.

RPC over HTTP that is the only way to send email using Outlook.

or you can use Outlook Web Access. (i.e http://mail.domain.com)

sending it thru other client like express requires your ISP to allow SMTP port which is most cases and by default is disabled.
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