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 Exchange 2010 Android Guide
 Connect to Exchange 2010Android Guide1. From the home screen, go to: Settings > Accounts and Sync > Add Account > Corporate2. Enter your full email address and password, and tap "Next":
 Exchange 2010 iPhone Guide
 Connect to Exchange 2010iPhone Guide1. Go to Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars > Add Account2. Tap "Microsoft Exchange"3. Enter your full email address and password, plus a description of the account. Tap "Next"4. Enter the server address, your username (the part of your email address before t
 Exchange 2010 Outlook Guide
  Connect to Exchange 2010Outlook Guide1. Open Control Panel, then open Mail2. If you wish to create your Exchange account in a separate profile, click "Show Profiles". Otherwise, click "Email Accounts" and skip to step 43. Click "Add" and enter the profile name of your choosing4. When prompted for your account information, select "Manually configure server settings or addit
 Outlook 2007 Import PST to Exchange Account
  Outlook 2007 Import PST to Exchange Account1. Go to File > Import and Export2. Select Import from another program or file and click Next3. 3. Select Personal Folder File (.pst) and click Next4. Browse to the location of your most recent PST file backup, select Do not import duplicates, and click Next5. Select Personal Folders, and check the Include su
 Configure POP email account to delete messages from the server
  Outlook 2010 & 20131. Click the File tab > Account Settings2. Click Account Settings3. Select your email account4. Click Change...5. Click More Settings...6. Click the Advanced tab7. Uncheck the box next to "Leave a copy of messages on the server"Alternately, leave that box checked but check the box next to "Remove from server after" and select a time period. This ensures that if you have the account configured on multiple devices, you will still be able to access the message for a long enough to download it to all devices before it is deleted from the server.Outlook 20071. Click Tools > Account Settings2. Select your email account3. Click Change...4. Click More Settings...5. Click the Advanced tab6. Uncheck the b
 How to take a backup of emails within your email client
 Outlook 2013:http://office.microsoft.com/en-in/outlook-help/export-or-back-up-messages-calendar-tasks-and-contacts-HA102809683.aspxOutlook 2010:http://office.microsoft.com/en-in/outlook-help/export-outlook-items-to-an-outlook-data-filepst-HA102534110.aspxOutlook 2007:http://office.microsoft.com/en-in/outlook-help/export-outlook-items-to-a-personal-folders-filepst-HA102538007.aspxApple mail:¬†Extracted from: http://support.apple.com/kb/ht2980#mailTo manually back up Mail messages (emails)To back up entire mailboxes (where Mail stores messages), such as your Inbox, follow these steps:1. Quit Mail if it's open.2. From the Finder's Go menu, choose Home.3. Open the Library folder.4. Copy the folder "Mail" to your backup location, such as a different volume or burnable disc.Important:
 How to Create Exchange Account in Outlook 2016
  Important: Outlook 2016 can only connect to Exchange using AutoDiscover feature. A special DNS record must be configured for your domain in order for you to take advantage of the Outlook 2016. Currently Outlook 2016 profile cannot be created with Outlook profile helper tool.Outlook 2016 doesn't support manual setup for Exchange accounts.Outlook 2016 does not support Exchange 2007 mailboxes. Only Exchange 2010 and later versions are supported. 
 What are Resource Mailboxes in Hosted Exchange?
 Resource mailboxes are mailboxes that represent conference rooms or shared equipment. Resource mailboxes can be included as resources in meeting requests, providing a simple and efficient way to utilize resources for an organization.Note: Resource mailboxes cannot be accessed directly. The only way to open a resource mailbox is to open it from the delegate's mailbox.There are two types of resource mailboxes in Microsoft Exchange Server: room and equipment. Room mailboxes are assigned to a meeting location, such as a conference room, auditorium, or training room. Equipment mailboxes are assigned to a resource that is not location specific, such as a portable computer projector, microphone, or company car. In reference to resource mailboxes, a delegate is a user that has been delegated as the management of the resource mailbox. The delegate can approve or reject out-of-policy meeting requests for a resource.The delegate can
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