Help pls, how to Configure Snow Leopard mail on Exchange 2003?

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  1. DJDon

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    Guys i recently upgrade to SL with the main purpose of being able to connect and use our Exchange Server at work (ver 2003), but to my dismay, SL only works with Exchange Server 2007. Is there a work around our, has anyone been able to config SL to work with Exchange Server 2003?

    I want to use the full features or mail & calendar synch. Am currently using Entourage but would be great if i can use the latter.

    Appreciate any help.

    Thanks
     
  2. ijingo

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    Snow Leopard does not support Microsoft Exchange 2003. Although both ME 2003 & 2007 are operable in iPhone. Lets wait for apple to update this one. you may wanna stick to Leopard.
     
  3. DJDon

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    too late already update to SL :(

    Also i can't get Crossover to work
     
  4. maksy

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    I also encountered the same problem. We have 4 options.

    1. Use Exchange IMAP via Mail 4.1 - Im not satisfied though.
    2. Use OWA if you have one.
    3. Retain Entourage and wait for SL update to support Exchange 2003.
    4. Wait for MS Outlook for Mac by 2010.
     
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    Yes, OWA is a good alternative to work with while waiting for an update from Apple (If ever there will be one) to work with ME 2003 and 2007. :cool:
     

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