More RPC over HTTP info...

Paul Robichaux has written a piece on the exciting new Outlook/Exchange 2003 feature that we mentioned a few days ago 'RPC over HTTP,' for

".....Another solution, of course, is to use RPC-over-HTTP to connect your Outlook 2003 clients to your Exchange 2003 server. This approach gives your clients full MAPI functionality without requiring them to use a VPN (thus improving client performance and network usage) and without requiring you to put RPC traffic directly on the Internet--advantages even when the client is behind a firewall. The best part is that Outlook supports automatic transition between plain RPC and RPC-over-HTTP. Laptop users can launch Outlook at work, pick up email, take the laptop home, plug it in, and get new email without tweaking any settings."

Something tells me, your users are going to love this new functionality...

Chris Meirick on August 29, 2003 at 10:22 AM in News
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Thank heavens! Someone needed to!

Posted by: William Lefkovics at Aug 29, 2003 6:46:38 PM