Outlook for Mac 2011 features supported by different versions of Exchange Server

Office for Mac 2011

Office for Mac 2011 will reach end of support on October 10, 2017. To stay supported, you will need to upgrade. For more information, see these resources.

 

Applies to: Office for Mac 2011

Topic Last Modified: 2015-03-09

Outlook for Mac 2011 works well with a variety of e-mail servers. You can take advantage of an even richer feature set by using Outlook for Mac with Microsoft Exchange Server 2010. Outlook for Mac features that work better with Exchange 2010 include scheduling meetings and enhanced Out of Office functionality.

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Outlook for Mac 2011 feature Exchange 2010 Exchange 2007 SP1

The Kerberos network security protocol uses cryptography to help provide mutual authentication between Outlook for Mac and Microsoft Exchange.

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Junk e-mail protection and phishing detection features provide additional security to help prevent fraudulent links or spoofed domains and protect users from online scams.

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By using sharing, users can give other users access to their Microsoft Exchange calendars, address books, and mail folders.

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By using delegation, a user can give another Exchange server user access to his or her Microsoft Exchange inbox, calendar, and address book. The delegate can send and reply to invitations and messages on the owner's behalf.

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By using Microsoft Exchange public folders, users can view and post messages, events, and contacts.

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Tentative calendar booking is managed on the Exchange server.

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A user can create separate internal and external Out of Office messages. External replies can be limited to contacts in the user's address book. The user has the option of scheduling Out of Office replies to occur only during a specified time period.

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Corporate archival policies can be implemented by using managed folders.

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In conjunction with Information Rights Management, Outlook for Mac displays message classifications on a received message. Examples of potential classifications include HIPAA, Legal Documents, and Confidential.

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Outlook for Mac exposes the following free/busy details: subject and location.

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Information Rights Management support for e-mail.

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Exchange Server settings are automatically detected with the Autodiscover service.

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Voice mail messages can be delivered in e-mail.

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Microsoft speech technology converts voice mail messages into text that users receive in an e-mail or text message.

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