connecting new user to microsoft exchange server

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Microsoft Exchange
Microsoft Exchange 2003
Microsoft Outlook Express
microsoft exchange server is not available on a user pc in a windows server 2003 network. while other users are ok.

i cant find microsoft exchange server on this network

how to setup the user account from the begining.

on the licensing tab in adminitrative tools,this user only has no license or an exclamation mark appears next to his name

any idea?

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You set up the account through Active Directory. Once that has been created then you will connect to the account using Outlook on the PC. No license needs to be installed on the PC. When Office is installed and the installation key provided, that is the only “license” needed. I am not at all sure what “license tab” you are referring to here.

Open Outlook on the PC and create the account profile, making sure the new user is the one who has logged in to that PC. Set it up as an exchange account and input the exchange server name and it should find his account and finish setting up the profile in Outlook.

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  • Dawdaw
    thank you very much but i have done this,the problem is that i got confused with the NAME of the exchanged server is it that of the part after the @ sign in email address of the clients ??? .i.e ......@xxxxxx.net plz reply best regards
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