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Installation/Configuration of Network Mail Client

Once the mail post-office is define, other systems can connect via the network:

Browse the "Network-Neighborhood" to locate
the shared resource, containing the Mail Post-Office,
then select from the Context-menu (right mouse click)
the option to "Map Network Drive"
Select the drive to be used.

Install now the Exchange mail-software:

Install from "Windows Setup"
the 2 components of
"Microsoft Exchange"
Since the post-office is
already defined and
accessible via the
mapped network drive,
we can continue immediately
with the Exchange Setup:
Your choice, whether you
like to get some more help
or not.
Select the required components
Since there is NO post-office
defined on this system,
Exchange Setup does not know
about it and we have to
either type in the path or use
"Browse" to locate it.
"Browsing" brings us to the
mapped Network-drive with
the post-office "wgpo0000".

And the rest of the installation is identical to Configuration of the Mail Client on the system containing the Post-Office.

Using the Exchange Mail Client

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