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Old 05-02-2009, 05:39 PM
jshollis jshollis is offline Outlook Access From The Web Windows Vista Outlook Access From The Web Office 2007
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Is there a way to access Outlook email from the web in a single user at home?
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Old 05-06-2009, 03:22 PM
Masta7Mail Masta7Mail is offline Outlook Access From The Web Windows Vista Outlook Access From The Web Office 2007
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jshollis,

It all depends on what you mean by "single user at home".

If your mail resides on a server then you can use OWA (Outlook Web Access), which only works with Exchange.

If you mean you have a desktop version of Outlook that you configured your personal mail on....There are third party applications that you can purchase like Public WEB PST that publishes your mail to a web interface using IIS as your web server.

If you like OWA and the robustness of OWA you can buy a domain name and sign up for hosted exchange. I use The Message Center because it's inexpensive and they have great support. I also get my email and everything else in Outlook on my phone this way.

Hope this helps
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