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Is OSX Yosemite compatible with exchange server 2003

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HI,

I got handed a new mac air and was asked to set up email but its refusing everything I do. We have a couple of Iphones connecting with server 2003 (finally moving away from that but not just yet)  -the iphones work fine - -osx yosemite wont connect -have read elsewhere that exchange 2007 and up is fine for OSX...suggesting 2003 is incompatible - just want to check before I do anything else with the device.. thanks
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by:Alan Hardisty
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If you want to connect with the Mac, you will need to Upgrade Exchange unfortunately.

Also about time to move away from Exchange 2003.

Alan
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Mac Mail connects to Exchange using EWS and needs at least Exchange 2007 SP2 to work.
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by:Paul Welsh
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Thanks for the information. Much appreciated.
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