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Old 01-17-2009, 12:49 PM   #1
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steps to configure evaluation for exchange


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i have rhel 5
steps to configure evaluation for microsoft exchange server 2007


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Old 01-17-2009, 12:57 PM   #2
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I have a hunch you mean evolution....

Please be a bit more specific----eg configure what? e-mail? calendar?

Does the evolution documentation address what you are doing?
 
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I have a hunch you mean evolution....

Please be a bit more specific----eg configure what? e-mail? calendar?

Does the evolution documentation address what you are doing?
i want to configure an email account on evaluation.The mailbox store of that Id is on microsoft exchange server 2007.
 
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Evolution is an e-mail and calendar client. What is "evaluation"?

To set up a normal e-mail account, there is a menu item to create a new account. You need to know the names of the incoming and outgoing servers, and the protocol being used---eg POP, IMAP, etc. As I understand it, Evolution will do some of what MS Outlook does---but not all.
 
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Evolution is an e-mail and calendar client. What is "evaluation"?

To set up a normal e-mail account, there is a menu item to create a new account. You need to know the names of the incoming and outgoing servers, and the protocol being used---eg POP, IMAP, etc. As I understand it, Evolution will do some of what MS Outlook does---but not all.
hi

this configuration is related to public domains like gmail , yahoo etc.
but if i m in a company and we have a microsoft exchange server 2007 and i want to configure the email id which is provided by a company on my laptop.kindly do the needful.
 
  


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