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what I am basically trying to find out is:
1, Is it possible to have Outlook Express on a server, instead of Local.
2, What Makes should be considered.
3, Will current data be able to be migrated to the mail server.
I apologise in advance if this seems a silly or confusing question, but I really am lost on this one.
At present they use Outlook Express to manage their emails on a standard PC.
It has now got to the stage where they would like a number of different staff to be dealing with the emails, hence all emails sitting on 1 pc is NOT the solution.
so what I am trying to work out is if they got their own server, could they install an Operating system such as Outlook Express or similar on it, and then allowing staff to access mail direct on the server, rather than on their local PCs.
surely its not rocket science, or is it?
Not a good explanation of the concept, but some pointers to get you started. If you are running GNU/Linux installing the uc-imap server which admittetly isnīt the best is a matter of seconds. It runs without any configuration.
It's something I'm just embarking on myself, however I think it does need a degree of technical know how.