RPC over HTTP with a SBS 2000 and an Exchange 2003

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Active Directory
Exchange 2003
SBS 2000
Windows Server 2003
Hi, We have a setup where my AD is located on a SBS 2000 server. We have a Server2003 running Exchange 2003 and I am looking into ways to give access to our exchange server to our outside sales force. I know I can do OWA and have most of the functions of Exchange but it would not let them have a local copy of emails. IMAP does not seem to have calendar and contacts. From what I was able to find out, you need to have at least a PDC running 2003 to be able to RPC over HTTP. Is that right or should I be able to use my SBS 2000 to acheive that?
ASKED: January 18, 2008  6:43 PM
UPDATED: January 24, 2008  3:26 PM

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RPC over HTTP is used only Office outlook communication. These things will be used for your internal network.
If you configure an user acount with outlook and choosed to cache it stores the copy of the users mailbox locally.

If sales force is in your domain which is located outside means you can make an VPN connection and configure ooutlook there.

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clementrosario@gmail.com

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