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I have a 2010 Exchange Server with approx. 40 users.
Most of my workstations are running Office 2007.
I am tempted to Upgrade their Outlook by just pointing them to the Web App on the Server.
Will this have any effect on Server performance if all users use the Web App on the local LAN?
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Depends on your server specs.

40 Users are not many, so  server with 8 cores and 10GB RAM should suffice.
Please refer to Exchange 2010 sizing cheat sheet
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