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  • Outlook express and sent items

    Hi dear members,
    I have exch 2003.When i configure outlook express , i can send&receive mail clearly but when i login from owa , i cant see sent items.When i use outlook 2oo3 there is no problem? Is there any idea about this case ?

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    Re: Outlook express and sent items

    Outlook Express is a POP3 client and will be storing everything locally. It is not an Exchange client. Therefore if you want to store everything on the server you need to use the full version of Outlook, not Outlook Express.

    You could also look at using IMAP, but I would still recommend the use of the full Outlook product.

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      Re: Outlook express and sent items

      Thanks for answering. Before i heard there is a configuration for outlook express to do it.I guess you are right , I should use ms outlook.But still they cant be mapi client.Their location is different and there is no vpn connection.

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      • #4
        Re: Outlook express and sent items

        If you are using Exchange 2003 on Windows 2003 with at least one Windows 2003 GC/DC, with Outlook 2003 (or higher) on Windows XP SP2 (or higher) then the preferred remote access solution is RPC over HTTPS. There is no need to use POP3/IMAP.

        Simon.
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        Simon Butler
        Exchange MVP

        Blog: http://blog.sembee.co.uk/
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