We allow Outlook 2003 client access but only support OWA access. Previously discussed on this list were some features which should be facilitated if only OWA access is provided. Some of these include:
Quota - current use and quota
We have written ASP's for both of these if you are interested. Providing these along with OWA in a portal environment such as uportal as we do is particularly useful.
James R. Dalton
Executive Director of Information Technology
From: Maggie Deming [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: Thu 6/23/2005 3:22 PM
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Subject: [CIO] Outlook 2003 Client on students' personal computers
Do any of you offer Exchange 2003 to your students? If you do, do you distribute the Outlook 2003 client for installation on personally owned computers; do you offer support for various end-user clients; or do you depend solely on (recommend) Outlook Web Access for home users?
I sent this message to the ACM SIGUCCS list. I apologize if you receive this question twice.
Director, Client Support Services
University of Wyoming
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