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Allow someone else to manage your mail and calendar

ArticleLearn to grant permission to your mail and calendar, change permissions for a delegate, and change delegate access to private items.

Change offline address book details for Microsoft Exchange Server email accounts

ArticleChoose which information from the Exchange Server Global Address List is downloaded and available for offline use in Outlook 2010.

Determine the version of Microsoft Exchange Server my account connects to

ArticleSome Outlook features require specific versions of Microsoft Exchange Server. You can check which version of Exchange your account uses.

Introduction to Microsoft Exchange Unified Messaging

ArticleWhen your Microsoft Exchange Server account is enabled for Unified Messaging (UM), you can receive e-mail, voice, and fax messages in your Inbox . Additional fe...

Manage another person's mail and calendar items

ArticleOpen another Exchange user's mail and calendar items with Delegate Access or folder sharing.

Open another person's Exchange Calendar

ArticleOpen the calendar of a colleague who uses an Exchange account.

Open another person's Exchange Contacts

ArticleOpen the contacts folder of a colleague who uses an Exchange account.

Open another person's Exchange Tasks

ArticleWhen you are granted permissions, you can view or make changes to someone else's tasks.

Share a contacts folder with others

ArticleGrant permission to other people in your organization to view, modify, or add contacts that you have saved in Outlook with a Microsoft Exchange Server account.

View calendars side-by-side or overlaid

ArticleView multiple calendars simultaneously.

What is a Microsoft Exchange Server account?

ArticleMicrosoft Exchange is a collaborative communications server for e-mail, calendaring, and unified messaging used by organizations, as well as some e-mail provide...

Introduction to Personal Archive

ArticleMicrosoft Exchange Server 2010 accounts can be set up with an Personal Archive by your Exchange administrator. This is a specialized Exchange mailbox in additio...

Assign retention policy to email messages

ArticleRetention policies make it easier to keep messages that are needed to comply with organization policy, government regulations, or legal needs.

Assign archive policy to email messages

ArticleArchive policies created by your Exchange Server administrator are used to move messages to the Online Archive.

Prompt to start Outlook without connecting to your Microsoft Exchange Server account

ArticleYou can control whether to be prompted to work online or offline with your Exchange account.

Use Outlook Anywhere to connect to your Exchange server without a VPN

ArticleConnect to your Exchange server without using a VPN.

Video: Microsoft Exchange 2010: One Stop Messaging overview

LinkExchange and Unified Communications provide anywhere access to audio and video conferencing, voice mail, and instant messaging.

Video: Manage and clean up your Exchange Inbox overview

LinkExchange 2010 and Outlook 2010 combine to help you manage and master your Inbox.