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To compete successfully in today's challenging business climate, organizations must enable more efficient ways for knowledge workers to communicate and collaborate. E-mail is currently the most widely used collaborative technology. More businesses use Exchange Server for e-mail-based collaboration than any other product. Exchange Server 2003 enables knowledge workers to gain access to critical business communications almost whenever and wherever they need to and is designed to deliver greater security, availability, and reliability. Outlook 2003, Outlook 2002, and Outlook 2000 can connect to Exchange Server 2003. Outlook 2003 and Exchange Server 2003 are designed to perform over slow, latent, or poor network connections. Examples are dial-up lines and wireless data links such as 1xRTT and General Packet Radio Service (GPRS). Outlook Web Access in Exchange Server 2003 has been improved for easier use, speed, and greater security. The popularity of Outlook Web Access is in part because the product is easy to support and use and no installation is necessary. Any browser-based computer can access Exchange Server with greater security, and, with the new UI, most users have to look twice to see if they are using Outlook 2003 or Outlook Web Access. The features include: spelling checker; task list support; HTML and attachment blocking; automatic logoff. You also get support for S/MIME in Outlook Web Access so that you can digitally sign and encrypt your e-mail messages. Microsoft Windows Mobile-based devices, such as the Pocket PC, come with the Microsoft ActiveSync client and Pocket Outlook built in, which enables you to sync your e-mail messages, calendar, and contacts lists directly with Exchange Server 2003. Exchange Server administrators can enable this from the same screen used to manage Exchange Server e-mail accounts. Similar to Outlook Web Access for desktop browsers, Outlook Mobile Access is designed for security-enhanced access from mobile device browsers. With Exchange Server 2003, users can gain access to their mailboxes from mobile devices with HTML, XHTML (WAP 2.x), and CHTML-based microbrowsers. The flexible options for information access and the new ways to stay connected enable knowledge workers to be more productive and in control when and how they communicate. Don't want to carry a portable computer? Pocket PC, Pocket PC Phone Edition, and Windows Mobile - based Smartphones enable you to synchronize your wireless device directly to Exchange Server. E-mail messages, contacts, schedules, and attachments are at your fingertips. The Exchange Server 2003 upgrade and administration tools increase your worker productivity and help consolidate your servers to save you money. Exchange Server 2003 is designed to help your messaging IT staff to be more productive. Ongoing administration of an Exchange Server environment represents about 20 - 25 percent of TCO for Exchange Server. The new and enhanced tools help your IT staff to do their job more efficiently. In addition, Exchange Server Management Pack for Microsoft Operations Manager automates the monitoring of your entire Exchange Server environment, enabling proactive management and rapid resolution of Exchange Server issues.
License Qty : 1 server, 5 CALs
OS Required : Microsoft Windows 2000 Advanced Server SP3, Microsoft Windows 2000 Server SP3, Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition, Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition
Microsoft Part Number : 312-02613
UPC : 00805529316362