Checking work e-mail remotely

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When you are in the office, you typically use Microsoft® Office Outlook®  2003 to check your e-mail. When traveling or working from home, you can check your work e-mail remotely over the Internet by using a Web-based version of Outlook called Outlook Web Access. You can access this directly over the Internet or through the Windows Small Business Server Remote Web Workplace.

Checking your work e-mail over the Internet enables you to access your mailbox from any hotel, airport kiosk, or other remote location. The connection established with the computer running Windows® Small Business Server 2003 is secure, which helps prevent your user name or password from being compromised.

Using Outlook Web Access, you can do many of the same things that you do when working with Outlook. For example, you can:

  • Check your e-mail, calendar, contacts, and other Outlook folders.
  • Send e-mail and meeting requests.
  • Move e-mail messages from your Inbox to other folders.
  • Place audio and video clips into a message.
  • Receive notification when new mail arrives.
  • Receive meeting reminders.

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