When you set up an Exchange 2007 account for any ActiveSync-capable Apple app, Snow Leopard asks if you want them all set up at the same time. (If you use Exchange 2003, you'll have to use IMAP to connect.) When connected to Exchange 2007, Apple Mail users get the same capabilities that Microsoft Entourage users do, though of course the UIs for preferences differ. The one omission: You can set away notices in Mail, as you can in Entourage 2008, but not in Entourage 2003; for that, you must use Exchange Webmail.
- See the InfoWorld slideshows "What's new in Mac OS X Snow Leopard: For power users" and "What's new in Mac OS X Snow Leopard: For all users."
- Get all the details on the new Mac OS X in the "Snow Leopard Bible," by InfoWorld's Galen Gruman and Macworld U.K.'s Mark Hattersley.
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