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    how to install exchange client in vista enterprise edition


    thanks,
    Littleheart

  • #2
    Re: Exchange Client in Vista

    Do you mean Outlook?
    or is there a new email client I should be aware of?
    Tom Jones
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    • #3
      Re: Exchange Client in Vista

      Exchange 2000 / 2003 / 2007??

      Have you actually tried to install it or not?

      If so post your error messages / findings here and I am sure someone who has access to Vista could give it a try.

      Michael
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      • #4
        Re: Exchange Client in Vista

        Originally posted by Ossian View Post
        Do you mean Outlook?
        Ahhh - I'm thinking it could be the exchange admin tools.

        Littleheart - More information please

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        • #5
          Re: Exchange Client in Vista

          Originally posted by m80arm View Post
          Ahhh - I'm thinking it could be the exchange admin tools.

          Littleheart - More information please
          You could well be right -- its the word "client" in the OP that wasn't clear. Admin Tools makes much more sense

          Agree with part 2 -- more info, please!
          Tom Jones
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          • #6
            Re: Exchange Client in Vista

            Try this link

            http://windowsconnected.com/blogs/jo...vista-rtm.aspx

            As far as i'm aware at this time, you cant install ESM. IIS dont like it. However you can install the extensions for the AD Snap in.
            UK Newbie!

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