FAQ’s on MS Exchange Server

FAQ: Mention what are the roles in MS exchange 2013?
In MS exchange 2013, there are two roles Client Access Server and Mailbox Server.

FAQ: What is Outlook Web Access?
Outlook Web Access (OWA) is a kind of webmail for Exchange Servers. OWA permits someone with an Exchange Server account to get connected with a web browser to transmit and receive his email, check his calendar and see respective contacts list. It provides basic Exchange Server service while giving easy to use access through any web browser. It is best for someone traveling or needing to access work email from home.

FAQ: How to setup Out of Office message?
Usually setting up an Out of Office message does not get supported however, there exists alternatives ways for sending automatic Out of Office messages via Exchange Server.

FAQ: How do I send and receive Tasks via Exchange?

  • For transmitting and receiving Tasks via Exchange Server, following approach given below is suggested:
  • Email messages sent via Exchange can be converted to Tasks by selecting Create Task From Message from the Applescript menu.
  • Use Remote Desktop Connection for Mac for accessing an available Windows XP Professional computer or Terminal Services Server, for occasional access to Outlook and its Exchange/Tasks features.

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