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  • Can I configure third-party E-mail client to use Exchange 2010?

    Hi!

    I was read many manuals about configuring access to Exchange but no one works in my infrastructure! Today I have an Exchange 2010 server and multi-OS network in my institute, where many users are utilizing such E-mail clients as Thunderbird or Evolution instead of Outlook. I have some complains about the necessity to read Exchange messages using these third-party clients, but can't help these users nowadays, as all scripts and extensions I read about simply didn't work.

    Can this problem be solved effectively without total moving to Windows and Outlook?

    Best regards!

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    Re: Can I configure third-party E-mail client to use Exchange 2010?

    Exchange Server 2010 supports the POP and IMAP protocols. Those email clients also support the POP and IMAP protocols. I don't see what the problem is. This should be a very easy set up. Make sure POP and IMAP are enabled on the Exchange Server (they should be by default) then configure the email clients to use POP or IMAP to connect to their mailbox.

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      Re: Can I configure third-party E-mail client to use Exchange 2010?

      Five email clients to help ease you away from Outlook

      Connect the Thunderbird email client to your Exchange server

      eM Client is a desktop email client with full exchange synchronization

      that covers clients for almost every OS type...
      its easier to beg forgiveness than ask permission.
      Give karma where karma is due...

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