Outlook 2003 with Micro web mail

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Is it possible to use MO 2003 to open a Microsoft webmail? I.e. I use a CAC to logon to mail at work. And use the web mail to access the account while traveling. Can I use MO 2003 installed on my notebook to open the webmail? IF so, how?

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You can if you use RPC over http(s). However the Exchange server has to be configured for that so you will need to find out from your exchange admin if this is a possibility in your organization.

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  • Harisheldon
    The only way to access your mail via the Internet using your card is if they are using the OWA (Outlook Web Access) tool.  Now remember, your personal folders will not be seen using this, those are on your computer back in the office, unless you re-created them on your laptop.

    Another way is if you are able to VPN into your network and once you are signed on, if your Outlook is setup on your laptop, then you will be able to use Outlook just as if you were in the office.
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