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How Does Exchange ActiveSync Work? Like a Reese's Peanut Butter Cup.
 
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How does Exchange ActiveSync (EAS) work? It’s a combination of both a transport protocol and a device management protocol – but Paul Robichaux, Exchange Server MVP, would say think of it like a Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup. Watch this short video to understand how EAS works behind the scenes and how the auto-discover protocol, complementary to EAS, is integral to the process. This video is part of a series of videos discussing EAS topics with Paul Robichaux. As users go mobile, a wave of new challenges arise for Exchange and mobile admins. EAS is widely used for synchronizing mobile device calendars, contacts and email, but its many moving parts create a plethora of problems. Understanding these problems and challenges will help you mitigate their impact on mobile performance for end-users.
ActiveSync Exchange Server 2010 Part 81
 
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In this Video Jagvinder Singh Thind explains Exchange ActiveSync concepts in Hindi. This Video is in Exchange Server 2010 training in Hindi. Exchange ActiveSync is a Microsoft Exchange synchronization protocol that's lets mobile phones access an organization's information on a server that's running Microsoft Exchange. Exchange ActiveSync is optimized to work together with high-latency and low-bandwidth networks. The protocol, based on HTTP and XML. Exchange ActiveSync enables mobile phone users to access their e-mail, calendar, contacts, and tasks and to continue to be able to access this information while they're working offline.
Views: 6706 JagvinderThind
ActiveSync Mailbox Policies Exchange Server 2010 Part 83
 
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In this Video Jagvinder Singh Thind explains What is Exchange ActiveSync mailbox policies in Hindi in exchange 2010 and How to configure Activesync mailbox policies in hindi. This Video is in Exchange Server 2010 training Videos Series. Exchange ActiveSync is a Microsoft Exchange synchronization protocol that's lets mobile phones access an organization's information on a server that's running Microsoft Exchange. Exchange ActiveSync is optimized to work together with high-latency and low-bandwidth networks. The protocol, based on HTTP and XML. Exchange ActiveSync enables mobile phone users to access their e-mail, calendar, contacts, and tasks and to continue to be able to access this information while they're working offline.
Views: 6203 JagvinderThind
08 Enable or disable Exchange ActiveSync for a mailbox Exchange online
 
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Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync for a user mailbox. Exchange ActiveSync is a client protocol that lets users synchronize a mobile device with their Exchange mailbox. Exchange ActiveSync is enabled by default when a user mailbox is created. Thank you! Don't Forget to like, comment, share and subscribe to my channel.
Views: 159 Deepak Sumbria
Exchange Server 2010 Activesync Virtual Directory - Part 82
 
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In this Video In Hindi Jagvinder Singh Thind shows How to configure Activesync Virtual Directory in Exchange 2010 in hindi. Exchange 2010 Installation and Configuration Videos in Hindi. Exchange ActiveSync is a Microsoft Exchange synchronization protocol that's lets mobile phones access an organization's information on a server that's running Microsoft Exchange. Exchange ActiveSync is optimized to work together with high-latency and low-bandwidth networks. The protocol, based on HTTP and XML. Exchange ActiveSync enables mobile phone users to access their e-mail, calendar, contacts, and tasks and to continue to be able to access this information while they're working offline.
Views: 6943 JagvinderThind
How to configure blackberry 10 with exchange activesync
 
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This video describe you how to configure your blackberry 10 smart phone with ActiveSync Protocol.
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Evolving Exchange ActiveSync and OWA for Devices - with a first look at OWA for Android phones
 
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OWA for Android phones is here. This week Jeremy Chapman is joined by Greg Baribault once again from the Exchange ActiveSync engineering team. They explain the rich history and evolution of EAS from protocol to mobile device management then finally to OWA for Devices. Along the way Greg demos OWA for Android, explains the underpinnings of notifications when connecting to on premises Exchange and Jeremy explains the new selective wipe with OWA for Devices versus a traditional full device wipe and reset.
Views: 4476 Microsoft Mechanics
Exchange ActiveSync: protocols, features and starting points by Andrew Davidoff
 
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Exchange ActiveSync: protocols, features and starting points Andrew Davidoff, Senior Software Engineer, Office Interoperability Team at Microsoft Corporation Protocols Plugfest Europe 2015 - Wednesday 13 - main track www.protocolsplugfest.com
Views: 340 zentyal
Provisioning Secure ActiveSync Proxy via Check Point Mobile
 
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The most simple and basic level of Mobile Access protection. Check Point Mobile Access blade acts as a secure proxy for ActiveSync protocol and prevents the risks of exposing Exchange server to the internet. The movie shows the end-user experience: 1. Mobile Enterprise app initiates a secure Exchange configuration 2. Mobile Access Blade deploys a secure "profile" on the device (including SSL Remote Access Certificate) 3. Corporate Mailbox and Calendar are automatically provisioned ------------------------------------------------------ Самый простой и базовый уровень защиты мобильного доступа к корпоративным ресурсам. Шлюз удалённого доступа служит прокси для безопасного доступа к серверу электронной почты через протокол ActiveSync. Этапы интерфейса для конечного пользователя: 1. Мобильное приложение Check Point Mobile Enterprise начинает развёртку "безопасного" профиля электронной почты 2. Шлюз удалённого доступа Mobile Access Blade устанавливает на мобильное устройство профиль/сертификат для безопасного доступа 3. Автоматически создаются рабочий почтовый ящик и календарь на мобильном устройстве.
Views: 911 Check Point Capsule
Sharing an Exchange Protocol - Part 1: Creating a Lab Group
 
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Starting from http://www.nature.com/protocolexchange/, this screencast shows the first step in sharing a protocol on the Protocol Exchange: Creating a Lab Group. The labgroup that is created is "Recipes for Researchers" (http://www.nature.com/protocolexchange/labgroups/623).
Views: 161 BronwenAnn
Configure Autodiscover service in Exchange 2016
 
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Configure Autodiscover service in Exchange 2016 1. Prepare - DC11 : Domain Controller(pns.vn), IP 10.0.0.11 | DC12 : Exchange Server, IP 10.0.0.12 - WIN101 : Clien (Domain Member), IP 10.0.0.101 | WIN102 : Client (Workgroup) , IP 10.0.0.102 2. Step by step : Configure Autodiscover service in DC12 - WIN101 : Logon HiepIT - Using Outlook Office === Auto discover - WIN102 : Logon Hiep102(local account) - Set DNS point to DC11 - Configure Outlook Office for VietIT(domain account) === Not available - DC11 : Create a Host A named mail.pns.vn(point to 10.0.0.12) and a SVR record for autodiscover service + Server Manager - Tools - DNS - DC11 - pns.vn : + Right-click - New Host (A or AAA)... - Name : mail, IP address : 10.0.0.12 + Right-click - Other New Records... - Select a resource record type : Service Location (SRV) - Create Record... : + Service : _autodiscover, Protocol: ._tcp, Priority: 0, Weight: 0, Port Number: 443, Host offering this service : mail.pns.vn - DC12 : Configure Internal and External URL (mail.pns.vn) + Start - Exchange Administrative Center - Servers - virtual directories - Set ecp,EWS,mapi,ESA,OAB,OWA,PowerShell : https://mail.pns.vn/* + Servers - Double-click DC12 - Outlook Anywhere : + Specify the external host name (for example, contoso.com) that users will use to connect to your organization : mail.pns.vn + Specify the internal host name (for example, contoso.com) that users will use to connect to your organization : mail.pns.vn - Save + Start - Right-click Exchange Management Shell - Run as administrator, type : + Set-Clientaccessserver DC12 -AutoDiscoverServiceInternalUri https://mail.pns.vn/autodiscover/autodiscover.xml # Set Internal for autodiscovery + Get-Clientaccessserver | FL AutoDiscoverServiceInternalUri # Check Internal URL - WIN102 : Logon Hiep102(local account) - Set DNS point to DC11 - Configure Outlook Office for VietIT(domain account) === Auto discover ------------------------------------------------------******************** Youtube.com/c/MicrosoftLab ********************----------------------------------------------
Views: 4545 microsoft lab
MailEnable Video: Exchange ActiveSync - Android Configuration Guide
 
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This video demonstrates how to configure an Android device to connect to a MailEnable ActiveSync server. For more details, please see the Android Configuration Guide (PDF): http://www.mailenable.com/activesync/EAS_Android_Configuration_Guide.pdf
Views: 3190 MailEnableVideo
9  Exchange 2010 Тестирование ActiveSync
 
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Outlook CalDav Synchronizer The missing link in FOSS Exchange server replacement
 
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by Alexander Nimmervoll At: FOSDEM 2017 This talk introduces the only open source Outlook addin, Outlook CalDavSynchronizer, to synchronize calendars, tasks and contacts with CalDAV andCardDAV servers, Google or iCloud services. We will focus on the challengesfaced integrating those protocols into Outlook. A case study of a largedeployment in an university infrastructure will show the benefits of such asolution. Microsoft Exchange/Outlook together with the Exchange ActiveSync (EAS)protocol for mobile clients is still the most widely used groupware solutionin enterprise environments. But what open source alternatives exist asExchange replacements out there? Actually, there are many productsimplementing the open CalDAV and CardDAV protocols like SOGo, Horde Groupware,Zarafa or Owncloud/Nextcloud. Client integration is possible with mobile iOSand Android clients and desktop clients like Thunderbird/Lightning, butOutlook users were kept in the dark or needed proprietary 3rd partyconnectors. In 2015 even Zarafa, which had a strong focus on seamless Outlookintegration, announced the discontinuation of their connector. A promisingalternative, SOGo together with OpenChange as a native Open Source MAPIimplementation, is not yet production ready in large scale enterprisescenarios and development stalled lately. Luckily, there is another solutionon the horizon. This talk introduces the only open source Outlook addin,Outlook CalDav Synchronizer, to synchronize calendars, tasks and contacts withCalDAV and CardDAV servers, Google or iCloud services. We will focus on thechallenges faced integrating those protocols into Outlook. Together with otheropen source solutions like SOGo or Nextcloud and DAVDroid for Android, a fullopen source exchange server replacement for desktop and mobile clients isfinally possible and enterprise ready. A case study of a large deployment inan university infrastructure will show the benefits of such a solution. Room: H.2215 (Ferrer) Scheduled start: 2017-02-05 09:00:00
Views: 245 FOSDEM
Difference between IMAP and POP3
 
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Difference between POP3 and IMAP What is IMAP and POP? These two are the most common incoming email protocols. These protocols are used to connect your mail box server to an email client. Here an email client refers to for an example (microsoft outlook or mozila thunderbird). So basically it allows you to send and receive the emails from mail client just we mentioned from Outlook or Thunderbird to your desktop/laptop. It also allows you to access your Emails through Online web services like Gmail, Microsoft Mail or on the mobile devices like your smart phones or tablets. Whats the difference? What is POP? So POP stands for Post office Protocol and the latest version is POP3 and it is supported by all email client and servers. POP3 download mails on your local device(Computer or Phone or Tablets) using the client and deletss them from the email server. By using POP an internet connected email client, accesses the mail server, then it download all your mails to local device(Computer or Phone or Tablets) and then it marks the messages for deletion on Email Server. So it means that if you have received emails using POP, they can only be accessible on specific email client on a specific device that you downloaded to. Which means that they can not be accessible through the other clients on devices other than that you downloaded to. However some email clients allow you to keep the copy of emails on server. and once you delete them from your client it may not get synced with the email server. What is IMAP? IMAP stands for Internet Message Access Protocol. Unlike POP3 which downloads and auto deletes the emails from email server, IMAP allows us to view emails from any internet connected Email Clients or web email services from any device at multiple locations. This feature has made it popular So basically if you are using IMAP to access your mails, your email client receives a copy of emails and the original stays on the email server, rather than deleting them from server. This feature makes is possible for us to access our mails from any client on any devices unless you deletes them from one client. Synchronization is done with all the devices and email server. If you delete an email from one of the client on one of the devices, it gets deleted from the server and other devices too. Main Differences are as below. 1) If you want to receive your e-mail messages only on one single computer or device, then POP3 is usefull, while using IMAP you can access your mails on multiple devices simultaneously at any time. 2) POP is a one way communication, because it deletes the messages once you download them to your local device and then disconnects the device from Mail Server, While IMAP is a two way communication, where retrives your mails and caches it on local device and keep the original content on server. Synchronication is done both the way. 3) Both protocols operate on different ports. 4) POP3 does not require an internet connection if you want to access the downloaded e-mails unless you want to retrieve new e-mails. While IMAP which stores your emails in cache only requires internet connection all the time.
Views: 209908 Techno Math
How to setup Exchange ActiveSync on iPhone or iPad
 
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In this video, we explain how to setup mail, contacts, and calendars on an iPhone or iPad using Exchange ActiveSync.
Views: 18445 Think Fixed
Exchange 2010 POP3 and IMAP4 Support
 
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Configure Exchange 2010 to support POP3 and IMAP4 clients. http://www.brickhouselabs.com
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Exchange 2010 ActiveSync Mobile Phone Policy
 
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Create a mobile phone policy for Exchange 2010 using ActiveSync Mailbox Policy. http://www.brickhouselabs.com
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Exchange server 2010 28
 
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Mailbox servers perform the following functions: Host mailbox databases Provide e-mail storage Host public folder databases Calculate e-mail address policies Generate address lists and offline address books (OABs) Conduct Multi-Mailbox Searches Provide high availability and site resiliency Provide content indexing Provide messaging records management (MRM) and retention policies The Client Access server role is one of five distinct server roles for Microsoft Exchange Server 2010. It supports the Outlook Web App and Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync client applications, and the Post Office Protocol version 3 (POP3) and Internet Message Access Protocol version 4rev1 (IMAP4) protocols. The Client Access server role also provides access to free/busy data by using the Availability service and enables certain clients to download automatic configuration settings from the Autodiscover service. The Client Access server role accepts connections to your Exchange 2010 server from different clients. Software clients such as Microsoft Outlook Express and Eudora use POP3 or IMAP4 connections to communicate with the Exchange server. Hardware clients, such as mobile phones, use ActiveSync, POP3, or IMAP4 to communicate with the Exchange server. You must install the Client Access server role in every Exchange organization and every Active Directory site that has the Mailbox server role installed.
01 - Introduction to Client Access Services in Exchange Server 2016
 
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If you’d like to learn how Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 provides access to user mailboxes for various clients, check out this course. In Exchange Server 2016, all messaging clients access Exchange Server mailboxes through the use of Client Access Services (CAS), which is key to powering the Exchange messaging engine. Get the details on how to plan, implement, and manage Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 CAS. Explore mobile messaging setup, manage address lists and policies, and plan and implement CAS for the Internet. Plus, take a look at high availability and site resilience for Client Access protocols. NOTE: This course is part of a four-part series on Exchange Server 2016: Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 Infrastructure, Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 Client Access Services, Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 Mailbox Databases, and Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 Transport Services. 1 | Introduction to Client Access Services in Exchange Server 2016 Examine Client Access Services in Exchange Server 2016, including Autodiscover, Outlook Connectivity in Exchange Server 2016, and other Client Access Services. 2 | Outlook on the Web Examine Outlook on the web, including the new name, new features, modern attachments, Outlook on the web policies, and configuration options. 3 | Mobile Messaging Take a look at mobile messaging, including Exchange ActiveSync. Learn how to manage mobile device security and mobile device mailbox policies. 4 | Address Lists and Policies Learn about address lists and address book policies. 5 | Plan and Implement Client Access Services for the Internet Plan and implement Client Access Services for the Internet, and find out how to manage security for Client Access Services. 6 | High Availability and Site Resilience for Client Access Protocols Explore high availability and site resilience for Client Access protocols, including planning namespaces for multiple sites and implementing site resilience for CAS. Learn Review CAS in Exchange Server 2016. Examine Outlook on the web. Plan, implement, and manage mobile messaging. Manage address lists and policies. Plan and implement Client Access Services for the Internet. Examine high availability and site resilience for Client Access protocols.
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Mailbox servers perform the following functions: Host mailbox databases Provide e-mail storage Host public folder databases Calculate e-mail address policies Generate address lists and offline address books (OABs) Conduct Multi-Mailbox Searches Provide high availability and site resiliency Provide content indexing Provide messaging records management (MRM) and retention policies The Client Access server role is one of five distinct server roles for Microsoft Exchange Server 2010. It supports the Outlook Web App and Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync client applications, and the Post Office Protocol version 3 (POP3) and Internet Message Access Protocol version 4rev1 (IMAP4) protocols. The Client Access server role also provides access to free/busy data by using the Availability service and enables certain clients to download automatic configuration settings from the Autodiscover service. The Client Access server role accepts connections to your Exchange 2010 server from different clients. Software clients such as Microsoft Outlook Express and Eudora use POP3 or IMAP4 connections to communicate with the Exchange server. Hardware clients, such as mobile phones, use ActiveSync, POP3, or IMAP4 to communicate with the Exchange server. You must install the Client Access server role in every Exchange organization and every Active Directory site that has the Mailbox server role installed.
Tutorial 59: IOS & Android phone synchronization with Zimbra & Z-push
 
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This video will show you how to install Z-push (FOSS implementation of the Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync protocol) with Zimbra server. This implementation is used to synchronize personal contacts and calendar between Zimbra FOSS and smartphones. It is simple to understand like the other BeAble video tutorials. All our videos are part of BeApp project ( http://www.beable.it ).
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Exchange server 2010 0
 
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Mailbox servers perform the following functions: Host mailbox databases Provide e-mail storage Host public folder databases Calculate e-mail address policies Generate address lists and offline address books (OABs) Conduct Multi-Mailbox Searches Provide high availability and site resiliency Provide content indexing Provide messaging records management (MRM) and retention policies The Client Access server role is one of five distinct server roles for Microsoft Exchange Server 2010. It supports the Outlook Web App and Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync client applications, and the Post Office Protocol version 3 (POP3) and Internet Message Access Protocol version 4rev1 (IMAP4) protocols. The Client Access server role also provides access to free/busy data by using the Availability service and enables certain clients to download automatic configuration settings from the Autodiscover service. The Client Access server role accepts connections to your Exchange 2010 server from different clients. Software clients such as Microsoft Outlook Express and Eudora use POP3 or IMAP4 connections to communicate with the Exchange server. Hardware clients, such as mobile phones, use ActiveSync, POP3, or IMAP4 to communicate with the Exchange server. You must install the Client Access server role in every Exchange organization and every Active Directory site that has the Mailbox server role installed.
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Mailbox servers perform the following functions: Host mailbox databases Provide e-mail storage Host public folder databases Calculate e-mail address policies Generate address lists and offline address books (OABs) Conduct Multi-Mailbox Searches Provide high availability and site resiliency Provide content indexing Provide messaging records management (MRM) and retention policies The Client Access server role is one of five distinct server roles for Microsoft Exchange Server 2010. It supports the Outlook Web App and Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync client applications, and the Post Office Protocol version 3 (POP3) and Internet Message Access Protocol version 4rev1 (IMAP4) protocols. The Client Access server role also provides access to free/busy data by using the Availability service and enables certain clients to download automatic configuration settings from the Autodiscover service. The Client Access server role accepts connections to your Exchange 2010 server from different clients. Software clients such as Microsoft Outlook Express and Eudora use POP3 or IMAP4 connections to communicate with the Exchange server. Hardware clients, such as mobile phones, use ActiveSync, POP3, or IMAP4 to communicate with the Exchange server. You must install the Client Access server role in every Exchange organization and every Active Directory site that has the Mailbox server role installed.
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Mailbox servers perform the following functions: Host mailbox databases Provide e-mail storage Host public folder databases Calculate e-mail address policies Generate address lists and offline address books (OABs) Conduct Multi-Mailbox Searches Provide high availability and site resiliency Provide content indexing Provide messaging records management (MRM) and retention policies The Client Access server role is one of five distinct server roles for Microsoft Exchange Server 2010. It supports the Outlook Web App and Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync client applications, and the Post Office Protocol version 3 (POP3) and Internet Message Access Protocol version 4rev1 (IMAP4) protocols. The Client Access server role also provides access to free/busy data by using the Availability service and enables certain clients to download automatic configuration settings from the Autodiscover service. The Client Access server role accepts connections to your Exchange 2010 server from different clients. Software clients such as Microsoft Outlook Express and Eudora use POP3 or IMAP4 connections to communicate with the Exchange server. Hardware clients, such as mobile phones, use ActiveSync, POP3, or IMAP4 to communicate with the Exchange server. You must install the Client Access server role in every Exchange organization and every Active Directory site that has the Mailbox server role installed.
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Mailbox servers perform the following functions: Host mailbox databases Provide e-mail storage Host public folder databases Calculate e-mail address policies Generate address lists and offline address books (OABs) Conduct Multi-Mailbox Searches Provide high availability and site resiliency Provide content indexing Provide messaging records management (MRM) and retention policies The Client Access server role is one of five distinct server roles for Microsoft Exchange Server 2010. It supports the Outlook Web App and Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync client applications, and the Post Office Protocol version 3 (POP3) and Internet Message Access Protocol version 4rev1 (IMAP4) protocols. The Client Access server role also provides access to free/busy data by using the Availability service and enables certain clients to download automatic configuration settings from the Autodiscover service. The Client Access server role accepts connections to your Exchange 2010 server from different clients. Software clients such as Microsoft Outlook Express and Eudora use POP3 or IMAP4 connections to communicate with the Exchange server. Hardware clients, such as mobile phones, use ActiveSync, POP3, or IMAP4 to communicate with the Exchange server. You must install the Client Access server role in every Exchange organization and every Active Directory site that has the Mailbox server role installed.
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Mailbox servers perform the following functions: Host mailbox databases Provide e-mail storage Host public folder databases Calculate e-mail address policies Generate address lists and offline address books (OABs) Conduct Multi-Mailbox Searches Provide high availability and site resiliency Provide content indexing Provide messaging records management (MRM) and retention policies The Client Access server role is one of five distinct server roles for Microsoft Exchange Server 2010. It supports the Outlook Web App and Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync client applications, and the Post Office Protocol version 3 (POP3) and Internet Message Access Protocol version 4rev1 (IMAP4) protocols. The Client Access server role also provides access to free/busy data by using the Availability service and enables certain clients to download automatic configuration settings from the Autodiscover service. The Client Access server role accepts connections to your Exchange 2010 server from different clients. Software clients such as Microsoft Outlook Express and Eudora use POP3 or IMAP4 connections to communicate with the Exchange server. Hardware clients, such as mobile phones, use ActiveSync, POP3, or IMAP4 to communicate with the Exchange server. You must install the Client Access server role in every Exchange organization and every Active Directory site that has the Mailbox server role installed.
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Mailbox servers perform the following functions: Host mailbox databases Provide e-mail storage Host public folder databases Calculate e-mail address policies Generate address lists and offline address books (OABs) Conduct Multi-Mailbox Searches Provide high availability and site resiliency Provide content indexing Provide messaging records management (MRM) and retention policies The Client Access server role is one of five distinct server roles for Microsoft Exchange Server 2010. It supports the Outlook Web App and Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync client applications, and the Post Office Protocol version 3 (POP3) and Internet Message Access Protocol version 4rev1 (IMAP4) protocols. The Client Access server role also provides access to free/busy data by using the Availability service and enables certain clients to download automatic configuration settings from the Autodiscover service. The Client Access server role accepts connections to your Exchange 2010 server from different clients. Software clients such as Microsoft Outlook Express and Eudora use POP3 or IMAP4 connections to communicate with the Exchange server. Hardware clients, such as mobile phones, use ActiveSync, POP3, or IMAP4 to communicate with the Exchange server. You must install the Client Access server role in every Exchange organization and every Active Directory site that has the Mailbox server role installed.
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Mailbox servers perform the following functions: Host mailbox databases Provide e-mail storage Host public folder databases Calculate e-mail address policies Generate address lists and offline address books (OABs) Conduct Multi-Mailbox Searches Provide high availability and site resiliency Provide content indexing Provide messaging records management (MRM) and retention policies The Client Access server role is one of five distinct server roles for Microsoft Exchange Server 2010. It supports the Outlook Web App and Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync client applications, and the Post Office Protocol version 3 (POP3) and Internet Message Access Protocol version 4rev1 (IMAP4) protocols. The Client Access server role also provides access to free/busy data by using the Availability service and enables certain clients to download automatic configuration settings from the Autodiscover service. The Client Access server role accepts connections to your Exchange 2010 server from different clients. Software clients such as Microsoft Outlook Express and Eudora use POP3 or IMAP4 connections to communicate with the Exchange server. Hardware clients, such as mobile phones, use ActiveSync, POP3, or IMAP4 to communicate with the Exchange server. You must install the Client Access server role in every Exchange organization and every Active Directory site that has the Mailbox server role installed.
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Mailbox servers perform the following functions: Host mailbox databases Provide e-mail storage Host public folder databases Calculate e-mail address policies Generate address lists and offline address books (OABs) Conduct Multi-Mailbox Searches Provide high availability and site resiliency Provide content indexing Provide messaging records management (MRM) and retention policies The Client Access server role is one of five distinct server roles for Microsoft Exchange Server 2010. It supports the Outlook Web App and Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync client applications, and the Post Office Protocol version 3 (POP3) and Internet Message Access Protocol version 4rev1 (IMAP4) protocols. The Client Access server role also provides access to free/busy data by using the Availability service and enables certain clients to download automatic configuration settings from the Autodiscover service. The Client Access server role accepts connections to your Exchange 2010 server from different clients. Software clients such as Microsoft Outlook Express and Eudora use POP3 or IMAP4 connections to communicate with the Exchange server. Hardware clients, such as mobile phones, use ActiveSync, POP3, or IMAP4 to communicate with the Exchange server. You must install the Client Access server role in every Exchange organization and every Active Directory site that has the Mailbox server role installed.
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Mailbox servers perform the following functions: Host mailbox databases Provide e-mail storage Host public folder databases Calculate e-mail address policies Generate address lists and offline address books (OABs) Conduct Multi-Mailbox Searches Provide high availability and site resiliency Provide content indexing Provide messaging records management (MRM) and retention policies The Client Access server role is one of five distinct server roles for Microsoft Exchange Server 2010. It supports the Outlook Web App and Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync client applications, and the Post Office Protocol version 3 (POP3) and Internet Message Access Protocol version 4rev1 (IMAP4) protocols. The Client Access server role also provides access to free/busy data by using the Availability service and enables certain clients to download automatic configuration settings from the Autodiscover service. The Client Access server role accepts connections to your Exchange 2010 server from different clients. Software clients such as Microsoft Outlook Express and Eudora use POP3 or IMAP4 connections to communicate with the Exchange server. Hardware clients, such as mobile phones, use ActiveSync, POP3, or IMAP4 to communicate with the Exchange server. You must install the Client Access server role in every Exchange organization and every Active Directory site that has the Mailbox server role installed.
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Mailbox servers perform the following functions: Host mailbox databases Provide e-mail storage Host public folder databases Calculate e-mail address policies Generate address lists and offline address books (OABs) Conduct Multi-Mailbox Searches Provide high availability and site resiliency Provide content indexing Provide messaging records management (MRM) and retention policies The Client Access server role is one of five distinct server roles for Microsoft Exchange Server 2010. It supports the Outlook Web App and Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync client applications, and the Post Office Protocol version 3 (POP3) and Internet Message Access Protocol version 4rev1 (IMAP4) protocols. The Client Access server role also provides access to free/busy data by using the Availability service and enables certain clients to download automatic configuration settings from the Autodiscover service. The Client Access server role accepts connections to your Exchange 2010 server from different clients. Software clients such as Microsoft Outlook Express and Eudora use POP3 or IMAP4 connections to communicate with the Exchange server. Hardware clients, such as mobile phones, use ActiveSync, POP3, or IMAP4 to communicate with the Exchange server. You must install the Client Access server role in every Exchange organization and every Active Directory site that has the Mailbox server role installed.
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Mailbox servers perform the following functions: Host mailbox databases Provide e-mail storage Host public folder databases Calculate e-mail address policies Generate address lists and offline address books (OABs) Conduct Multi-Mailbox Searches Provide high availability and site resiliency Provide content indexing Provide messaging records management (MRM) and retention policies The Client Access server role is one of five distinct server roles for Microsoft Exchange Server 2010. It supports the Outlook Web App and Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync client applications, and the Post Office Protocol version 3 (POP3) and Internet Message Access Protocol version 4rev1 (IMAP4) protocols. The Client Access server role also provides access to free/busy data by using the Availability service and enables certain clients to download automatic configuration settings from the Autodiscover service. The Client Access server role accepts connections to your Exchange 2010 server from different clients. Software clients such as Microsoft Outlook Express and Eudora use POP3 or IMAP4 connections to communicate with the Exchange server. Hardware clients, such as mobile phones, use ActiveSync, POP3, or IMAP4 to communicate with the Exchange server. You must install the Client Access server role in every Exchange organization and every Active Directory site that has the Mailbox server role installed.
How to Add an Exchange and POP Account to Outlook 2016
 
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Get the complete Outlook 2016 training course here ► https://www.simonsezit.com/courses/microsoft/microsoft-outlook-2016-training-tutorial-course/ During this Microsoft Outlook 2016 video tutorial, we will demonstrate how you can manage your email accounts. We're going to show you how you can add Microsoft Exchange account and POP account. We will also teach you how to change account settings. Lastly, we will show you how to remove an email account in Outlook 2016. Checkout some of our other training on YouTube: Microsoft Outlook 2016 beginner training: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzj7TwUeMQ3j3u9zdHS_Tp9IsM1Xr00Oj Microsoft Excel 2016 Training Tutorials for Beginners, Intermediate and Advanced users: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzj7TwUeMQ3h5ZVxzp_a4UHRQBtXXgnxf Microsoft Excel 2016 beginner training: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzj7TwUeMQ3hFUdlWMkTLZL-Fr3oRGN35 Microsoft PowerPoint 2016 training tutorials: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzj7TwUeMQ3jj_QkuckJNn8RddhwlQKOM Word 2016 beginner training: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzj7TwUeMQ3gLcSQaxPMW_vma_z3xiwF1 Microsoft OneNote 2016 beginner training: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzj7TwUeMQ3izBLJkzdjBV3sD_LiDq-72 Microsoft Windows 10 training tutorials: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzj7TwUeMQ3iMY7n_2BqX2dpTfw5mHd-I Stay in touch: SimonSezIT.com: https://www.simonsezit.com/ StreamSkill.com: https://streamskill.com/ Facebook: https://on.fb.me/14m8Rwl Twitter: https://bit.ly/177EU5J Google+: https://bit.ly/11JbHdb If you enjoyed the video, please give a "thumbs up" and subscribe to the channel ;-)
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Exchange Server 2010 Creating Recipients 126
 
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Mailbox servers perform the following functions: Host mailbox databases Provide e-mail storage Host public folder databases Calculate e-mail address policies Generate address lists and offline address books (OABs) Conduct Multi-Mailbox Searches Provide high availability and site resiliency Provide content indexing Provide messaging records management (MRM) and retention policies The Client Access server role is one of five distinct server roles for Microsoft Exchange Server 2010. It supports the Outlook Web App and Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync client applications, and the Post Office Protocol version 3 (POP3) and Internet Message Access Protocol version 4rev1 (IMAP4) protocols. The Client Access server role also provides access to free/busy data by using the Availability service and enables certain clients to download automatic configuration settings from the Autodiscover service. The Client Access server role accepts connections to your Exchange 2010 server from different clients. Software clients such as Microsoft Outlook Express and Eudora use POP3 or IMAP4 connections to communicate with the Exchange server. Hardware clients, such as mobile phones, use ActiveSync, POP3, or IMAP4 to communicate with the Exchange server. You must install the Client Access server role in every Exchange organization and every Active Directory site that has the Mailbox server role installed.
Exchange server 2010 19
 
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Mailbox servers perform the following functions: Host mailbox databases Provide e-mail storage Host public folder databases Calculate e-mail address policies Generate address lists and offline address books (OABs) Conduct Multi-Mailbox Searches Provide high availability and site resiliency Provide content indexing Provide messaging records management (MRM) and retention policies The Client Access server role is one of five distinct server roles for Microsoft Exchange Server 2010. It supports the Outlook Web App and Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync client applications, and the Post Office Protocol version 3 (POP3) and Internet Message Access Protocol version 4rev1 (IMAP4) protocols. The Client Access server role also provides access to free/busy data by using the Availability service and enables certain clients to download automatic configuration settings from the Autodiscover service. The Client Access server role accepts connections to your Exchange 2010 server from different clients. Software clients such as Microsoft Outlook Express and Eudora use POP3 or IMAP4 connections to communicate with the Exchange server. Hardware clients, such as mobile phones, use ActiveSync, POP3, or IMAP4 to communicate with the Exchange server. You must install the Client Access server role in every Exchange organization and every Active Directory site that has the Mailbox server role installed.
IMAP POP Exchange Server 2010 in Hindi Part 76
 
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In This Video Jagvinder Thind explains what is pop3 and Imap4 in Exchange Server 2010 in hindi. Exchange Server 2010 Configuration step by step in hindi. The Series is for all Novice to experts.Software clients such as Microsoft Outlook Express and Eudora use POP3 or IMAP4 connections to communicate with the Exchange server. Hardware clients, such as mobile phones, use ActiveSync, POP3, or IMAP4 to communicate with the Exchange server. You must install the Client Access server role in every Exchange organization and every Active Directory site that has the Mailbox server role installed. The Client Access server role also provides access to free/busy data by using the Availability service and enables certain clients to download automatic configuration settings from the Autodiscover service.
Views: 33950 JagvinderThind
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 Archiving and Compliance 34
 
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Mailbox servers perform the following functions: Host mailbox databases Provide e-mail storage Host public folder databases Calculate e-mail address policies Generate address lists and offline address books (OABs) Conduct Multi-Mailbox Searches Provide high availability and site resiliency Provide content indexing Provide messaging records management (MRM) and retention policies The Client Access server role is one of five distinct server roles for Microsoft Exchange Server 2010. It supports the Outlook Web App and Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync client applications, and the Post Office Protocol version 3 (POP3) and Internet Message Access Protocol version 4rev1 (IMAP4) protocols. The Client Access server role also provides access to free/busy data by using the Availability service and enables certain clients to download automatic configuration settings from the Autodiscover service. The Client Access server role accepts connections to your Exchange 2010 server from different clients. Software clients such as Microsoft Outlook Express and Eudora use POP3 or IMAP4 connections to communicate with the Exchange server. Hardware clients, such as mobile phones, use ActiveSync, POP3, or IMAP4 to communicate with the Exchange server. You must install the Client Access server role in every Exchange organization and every Active Directory site that has the Mailbox server role installed.
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Exchange server 2010 104
 
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Mailbox servers perform the following functions: Host mailbox databases Provide e-mail storage Host public folder databases Calculate e-mail address policies Generate address lists and offline address books (OABs) Conduct Multi-Mailbox Searches Provide high availability and site resiliency Provide content indexing Provide messaging records management (MRM) and retention policies The Client Access server role is one of five distinct server roles for Microsoft Exchange Server 2010. It supports the Outlook Web App and Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync client applications, and the Post Office Protocol version 3 (POP3) and Internet Message Access Protocol version 4rev1 (IMAP4) protocols. The Client Access server role also provides access to free/busy data by using the Availability service and enables certain clients to download automatic configuration settings from the Autodiscover service. The Client Access server role accepts connections to your Exchange 2010 server from different clients. Software clients such as Microsoft Outlook Express and Eudora use POP3 or IMAP4 connections to communicate with the Exchange server. Hardware clients, such as mobile phones, use ActiveSync, POP3, or IMAP4 to communicate with the Exchange server. You must install the Client Access server role in every Exchange organization and every Active Directory site that has the Mailbox server role installed.
Exchange Server 2010 POP IMAP Configuration  Part 77
 
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In This Video in Hindi Jagvinder Thind explains how to configure pop3 and imap on Exchange Server 2010. The Series is for all Novice to experts. Software clients such as Microsoft Outlook Express and Eudora use POP3 or IMAP4 connections to communicate with the Exchange server. Hardware clients, such as mobile phones, use ActiveSync, POP3, or IMAP4 to communicate with the Exchange server. You must install the Client Access server role in every Exchange organization and every Active Directory site that has the Mailbox server role installed. The Client Access server role also provides access to free/busy data by using the Availability service and enables certain clients to download automatic configuration settings from the Autodiscover service.
Views: 13197 JagvinderThind
Exchange Server 2010 Installation 21
 
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Mailbox servers perform the following functions: Host mailbox databases Provide e-mail storage Host public folder databases Calculate e-mail address policies Generate address lists and offline address books (OABs) Conduct Multi-Mailbox Searches Provide high availability and site resiliency Provide content indexing Provide messaging records management (MRM) and retention policies The Client Access server role is one of five distinct server roles for Microsoft Exchange Server 2010. It supports the Outlook Web App and Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync client applications, and the Post Office Protocol version 3 (POP3) and Internet Message Access Protocol version 4rev1 (IMAP4) protocols. The Client Access server role also provides access to free/busy data by using the Availability service and enables certain clients to download automatic configuration settings from the Autodiscover service. The Client Access server role accepts connections to your Exchange 2010 server from different clients. Software clients such as Microsoft Outlook Express and Eudora use POP3 or IMAP4 connections to communicate with the Exchange server. Hardware clients, such as mobile phones, use ActiveSync, POP3, or IMAP4 to communicate with the Exchange server. You must install the Client Access server role in every Exchange organization and every Active Directory site that has the Mailbox server role installed.
Exchange server 2010 219
 
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Mailbox servers perform the following functions: Host mailbox databases Provide e-mail storage Host public folder databases Calculate e-mail address policies Generate address lists and offline address books (OABs) Conduct Multi-Mailbox Searches Provide high availability and site resiliency Provide content indexing Provide messaging records management (MRM) and retention policies The Client Access server role is one of five distinct server roles for Microsoft Exchange Server 2010. It supports the Outlook Web App and Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync client applications, and the Post Office Protocol version 3 (POP3) and Internet Message Access Protocol version 4rev1 (IMAP4) protocols. The Client Access server role also provides access to free/busy data by using the Availability service and enables certain clients to download automatic configuration settings from the Autodiscover service. The Client Access server role accepts connections to your Exchange 2010 server from different clients. Software clients such as Microsoft Outlook Express and Eudora use POP3 or IMAP4 connections to communicate with the Exchange server. Hardware clients, such as mobile phones, use ActiveSync, POP3, or IMAP4 to communicate with the Exchange server. You must install the Client Access server role in every Exchange organization and every Active Directory site that has the Mailbox server role installed.
Views: 30 Jack Of_All_Trades
(हिंदी) SMTP KYA HAI ( SIMPLE MAIL TRANSFER PROTOCOL) RS-CIT , HS - CIT FULL COURSE
 
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Please watch: "Viral Video Banane Ke TAGS aur Keywords Kaise Daale ? How to Add Tag/Keywords in YouTube Videos ? " https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jd9uaSPxtmc --~-- In This Video LAKSHAY SIDHMUKH explains what is pop3 and Imap4 in Exchange Server 2010 in hindi. Exchange Server 2010 Configuration step by step in hindi. The Series is for all Novice to experts.Software clients such as Microsoft Outlook Express and Eudora use POP3 or IMAP4 connections to communicate with the Exchange server. Hardware clients, such as mobile phones, use ActiveSync, POP3, or IMAP4 to communicate with the Exchange server. You must install the Client Access server role in every Exchange organization and every Active Directory site that has the Mailbox server role installed. The Client Access server role also provides access to free/busy data by using the Availability service and enables certain clients to download automatic configuration settings from the Autodiscover service. FOR ANY PROBLEM CONTACT - 8005651714 BY WHATSAPP FOR FACEBOOK - ER SURESH MOOND exchange server 2010,exchange server 2010 in hindi,configuration,step by step,exchange server 2010 training,exchange server 2010 tutorial,exchange 2010,installation and configuration,imap,pop,imap pop exchange,imap pop exchange server,client access server,pop3,imap4,70-662,post office protocol,exchange 2010 in hindi,2010,exchange,server,hindi,jagvinder,tutorial,basics,training,videos,urdu,administration,concepts,microsoft,pop3 exchange 2010,outlook,connector What Is Simple Mail Transfer Protocol?,SMTP,TCP,TCP\/IP,Simple Mail Transfer Protocol,Mail,E-Mail,Encryption,Packets,IMAP,POP,networking,WSN,IOTIn this video we have discus about the SMTP and what is the uses of SMTP in network.email server,smtp server,how smtp server works,how to smtp server,email marketing software
Views: 2071 Lakshay Sidhmukh
Exchange server 2010 146
 
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Mailbox servers perform the following functions: Host mailbox databases Provide e-mail storage Host public folder databases Calculate e-mail address policies Generate address lists and offline address books (OABs) Conduct Multi-Mailbox Searches Provide high availability and site resiliency Provide content indexing Provide messaging records management (MRM) and retention policies The Client Access server role is one of five distinct server roles for Microsoft Exchange Server 2010. It supports the Outlook Web App and Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync client applications, and the Post Office Protocol version 3 (POP3) and Internet Message Access Protocol version 4rev1 (IMAP4) protocols. The Client Access server role also provides access to free/busy data by using the Availability service and enables certain clients to download automatic configuration settings from the Autodiscover service. The Client Access server role accepts connections to your Exchange 2010 server from different clients. Software clients such as Microsoft Outlook Express and Eudora use POP3 or IMAP4 connections to communicate with the Exchange server. Hardware clients, such as mobile phones, use ActiveSync, POP3, or IMAP4 to communicate with the Exchange server. You must install the Client Access server role in every Exchange organization and every Active Directory site that has the Mailbox server role installed.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 Archiving and Compliance 92
 
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Mailbox servers perform the following functions: Host mailbox databases Provide e-mail storage Host public folder databases Calculate e-mail address policies Generate address lists and offline address books (OABs) Conduct Multi-Mailbox Searches Provide high availability and site resiliency Provide content indexing Provide messaging records management (MRM) and retention policies The Client Access server role is one of five distinct server roles for Microsoft Exchange Server 2010. It supports the Outlook Web App and Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync client applications, and the Post Office Protocol version 3 (POP3) and Internet Message Access Protocol version 4rev1 (IMAP4) protocols. The Client Access server role also provides access to free/busy data by using the Availability service and enables certain clients to download automatic configuration settings from the Autodiscover service. The Client Access server role accepts connections to your Exchange 2010 server from different clients. Software clients such as Microsoft Outlook Express and Eudora use POP3 or IMAP4 connections to communicate with the Exchange server. Hardware clients, such as mobile phones, use ActiveSync, POP3, or IMAP4 to communicate with the Exchange server. You must install the Client Access server role in every Exchange organization and every Active Directory site that has the Mailbox server role installed.
Views: 12 Jack Of_All_Trades
Demo: IMAP/POP3 Mailboxes to Exchange Online Migration
 
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Let's show you how to migrate IMAP/POP3 mailboxes into Exchange Online with FLY!
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Exchange server 2010 137
 
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Mailbox servers perform the following functions: Host mailbox databases Provide e-mail storage Host public folder databases Calculate e-mail address policies Generate address lists and offline address books (OABs) Conduct Multi-Mailbox Searches Provide high availability and site resiliency Provide content indexing Provide messaging records management (MRM) and retention policies The Client Access server role is one of five distinct server roles for Microsoft Exchange Server 2010. It supports the Outlook Web App and Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync client applications, and the Post Office Protocol version 3 (POP3) and Internet Message Access Protocol version 4rev1 (IMAP4) protocols. The Client Access server role also provides access to free/busy data by using the Availability service and enables certain clients to download automatic configuration settings from the Autodiscover service. The Client Access server role accepts connections to your Exchange 2010 server from different clients. Software clients such as Microsoft Outlook Express and Eudora use POP3 or IMAP4 connections to communicate with the Exchange server. Hardware clients, such as mobile phones, use ActiveSync, POP3, or IMAP4 to communicate with the Exchange server. You must install the Client Access server role in every Exchange organization and every Active Directory site that has the Mailbox server role installed.

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