September, 2005

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Microsoft® Entourage® 2004 for Mac is the ultimate personal information manager (PIM) that helps you handle e-mail messages, contacts, schedules, notes, documents and more from one central location. And now you can work more easily in a Microsoft Exchange server environment with the new Exchange server support built into Entourage 2004.

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    Checking Your Mail Without VPN access Using Entourage 2004

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    One of the most handy features within Entourage 2004 is the ability to check your company's e-mail from home, on your Mac, and without ever firing up a VPN connection to your office. To configure Entourage to check e-mail from home, just do the following...
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    What's New in Entourage 2004 SP2

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    Service Pack 2 is primarily focused on delivering improved support for using Entourage as an Exchange client. Beyond Exchange, we did fix a fair number of bugs as well as (you can read about some more commonly known bugs that we addressed in the Read...
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    SP2 Details: Enforcing Exchange Permissions within Entourage

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    (Or "Why You May Want to Patch Your Exchange Server") Before SP2, Entourage would allow you to perform an action within a folder, calendar, or address book and, at a later time, the app would attempt to sync your change to the server. If the sync failed...
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    Entourage 2004 SP2: Common GAL Issues

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    I don't seem to be able to browse the Global Address List (GAL). I can search, but I cannot browse. In order to browse the contents of the GAL (or GCL), you must be connecting to a Windows 2003 domain controller's LDAP service. Entourage utilizes an enhancement...
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