Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
FIGURE 28.8
Setting security properties for an Exchange Server account.
Setting Connection Properties
The Connection tab in the Microsoft Exchange dialog box, shown in Figure 28.9, specifies how
Outlook connects to Exchange. The options available here are
n Connect Using My LAN: Select this option if your computer is permanently connected
to an always-on network, such as a LAN, a cable modem, or DSL.
n Connect Using My Phone Line: Select this option to use an existing dial-up connection
to connect to the network via your phone line.
n Connect Using Internet Explorer’s or a 3rd Party Dialer: Select this option if you use a
dialer, either Internet Explorer’s or another one, to connect.
n Modem: The settings in this section are relevant only if you select the Connect Using My
Phone Line option. You can choose an existing dial-up connection from the list, modify
its properties, or add a new dial-up connection.
n Connect to Microsoft Exchange Using HTTP: Set this option as your Exchange
administrator or setup guide instructs you. If you select it, use the Exchange Proxy Settings button to
enter detailed HTTP settings — these will be provided to you by your Exchange administrator.
Setting Remote Mail Properties
You set Remote Mail properties on the Remote Mail tab (see Figure 28.10). When using Remote Mail,
which is explained later in this chapter, you have the option of downloading message headers only
without the body or any attachments, which can speed the download process if you have a slow
connection. You can review message headers and then download only those you need. The settings are
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