18th June 17:01
Outlook Over VPN
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| Subject: Outlook Over VPN
| Date: Sat, 6 Sep 2003 18:01:12 -0700
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| Hi :
| I have my Exchange Sever 5.0 on Windows 2000 server.
| I have Windows 2000 prof. on one my Client Desk Top.
| I have configured my oulook on Desktop to connect to the
| Exchange server to access my mail.
| However I would like to do the same Over VPN so that I am
| Can any one please let me knwo step by step method for
| doing the same at client side and also at the server side
| (if anything to be done ).
| I would appreciate it.
| Please note that I hvae Simens Router at bot the ends,
| server side and also client side.
| Thanks in Advance,
Setting up a VPN solution is a little outside the scope of newsgroup
support. It is a complex undertaking. We have many resources available on
our website to start learning about potential solutions for your business
I could list a hundred links, but you would be best served by looking
around our website to find what you need.
Get Secure! - http://www.microsoft.com/security
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