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CLEO Thread, Lancsngfl Outlook Web access in Regional Broadband Consortiums (RBC); 1. Yes that is what I mean, POP3 and IMAP4 server their purposes but are legacy, from a users point ...
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    1. Yes that is what I mean, POP3 and IMAP4 server their purposes but are legacy, from a users point perspective and a better user experience, it best to switch.

    If youre confused dont mind answering just fire away.

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    To get outlook anywhere just ring up the westfield center and log a call, title the call outlook anywhere and see what you get. Our school was piloting it before we moved over to our own in house exchange server, i will pm you the way to get outlook anywhere as it should be enabled sitewide.

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    I'm not confused anymore I just misread what you had put. The way I read it was you were talking about the client configuration as being smtp only and this would keep the folders synchronised like imap, mapi, rpc etc. This is what totally confused me and what I know about smtp.
    All is well in my head now

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    So...

    1. The Outlook Clients Sent Items will never get synced to OWA with the current setup? Regardless of Outlook Anywhere etc.? Or Would Outlook Anywhere solve this?

    2. The Mail on phone worked fine with the OWA details, thanks.

    Thanks for all your continued help guys.

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    1. If you can, ask if you can use OA, using MAPI will allow you to see sent items, and ibox, calendar etc....
    2. You can also then synch your phone via Exch Active synch.

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    Just to clear things up, we do not currently support Outlook Anywhere on the Lancashire Network, we did an initial pilot however as a result of the pilot the decison was made not to proceed at this time.

    Please if you have any queries about Outlook Anywhere contact The Westfield Centre.

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