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outlook differance

By karim ·
what differant are between outlook express and
outlook 2000.
and when can i use each outlook

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by DKlippert In reply to outlook differance

Probably the major difference is that Express can access Newsgroups.
Outlook contains a lot more bells and whistles. Calendars, Tasks, more detailed Contacts.
Until Outlook includes the ability to use newsgroups, you'll probably want to use both.

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by curlergirl In reply to outlook differance

Outlook Express is designed to be used only as an Internet email and newsgroup client - you cannot use Outlook Express as a mail client to connect directly to a Microsoft Exchange server. Outlook 2000 (or XP) is designed to be used as a multi-purpose client that can connect both to an Exchange email server and to other outside email servers such as a POP3 email account at an ISP or an AOL or MSN email account (in the case of XP). Also, as mentioned above, Outlook is "groupware" software that is designed to allow users to set up calendars, contact lists and tasks and (if used with Exchange Server) share these with others within a corporate environment. Hope this helps!

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