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how do I configure virgin email with active exchange

how do I configure virgin email with active exchange

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Re: how do I configure virgin email with active exchange

Don't think you can. If I'm wrong someone else will post to correct me.
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Re: how do I configure virgin email with active exchange

Well, you would need to have your own in-house Exchange server for a start (probably unlikely in the case of an email service limited to domestic residential customers only).

Here is a guide to one way of connecting Exchange to Webmail.

http://smallbusiness.chron.com/connect-webmail-exchange-servers-48322.html

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Re: how do I configure virgin email with active exchange


Jillyflower wrote:

how do I configure virgin email with active exchange


Do you mean Exchange Active Sync (EAS)?  I think you need to clarify exactly what you are trying to do.

Assuming you are talking about EAS, this is a feature of Microsoft Exchange Servers, it uses a proprietary Microsoft protocol called MAPI (Not to be confused with IMAP)

Unless a client supports MAPI then you can't use EAS, you end up falling back on IMAP instead, which of course only syncs mail, not calendars, etc.

AFAIK - Virgin's Webmail client does not support MAPI.

Tim

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