I know that this question has been asked a million times before; however none of them seem to fit my problems exactly, so I would be ecstatic to get some help.
We are a small business, and as the youngest member of staff, and the one with the most computer knowledge, I have got the job of administrator by default. However, my knowledge is somewhat limited, and usually for the really big things we call in the professionals. It just seems to me that this should be easy enough to do if someone can explain to me exactly how...
The boss would like to be able to access his emails from home; whether it's through Outlook or Webmail it doesn't really matter.
We use Microsoft Exchange 2003 for our emails.
I would like to know exactly how I could set up the server to be accessed from outside the workplace, then the easiest method of accessing the emails.
Software/Hardware used: Microsoft Exchange Server 2003
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