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    MS Outlook 2003 @ Home

    Hi,
    Recently a staff members has complained that they cannot access outlook from home. I tried to explain to them that it is configured for internal use only, and they would have to go to the outlook web access to get emails, but they said that there used to be able to work offline and access emails ...
    What I would like to know, is there a way to configure emails so they work internally and extarnally. I have tried to use the external address, but failed.
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    - Stuart

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    Its called outlook anywhere. I had a thread about it on here recently. Ill have a search and dig it up for you.

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    Exchange / Outlook 2010 Autodiscover / Outlook Anywhere [Solved]

    from the second page:

    Its been in since Exchange 2003! Just not major publicised, I've been using it on my SBS 2003 box with a local charity since they got it, it was always known as RPC over HTTPS and the simple selling point was if you can access HTTPS for your webmail you can use outlook on the move just as you do in the office and they were right

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    Hi,
    Wonderful - Thanks for the info. Will this work for office 2007 + Exchange 2007?
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    yep, seems its been available since 2003 versions.

    You do need to enable Outlook Anywhere in the Exchange Management Console though. And then in Outlook, you need to enable the option to connect via https.

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