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can OWA on SBS2003 be accessed from a MAC?

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Can a user access OWA for a SBS2003 network from a MacBook Air?  If it will not work out of the box, is there a workaround, other than dual booting the offsite OS?

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I have been able to access OWA for Exchange 2003 from a Mac.  It looks slightly different and does not work quite as well as on a PC, but it did work.
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You can access OWA for mail only from any web browser, but you can't use it for rdc because that requires an Activex plugin and Activex is not supported on OSX
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