I wish to install MS Exchange onto a remote NT workstation v4 pc at home so
as to check my office email over the weekends.
I am not certain what version of Exchange server we are running, but have
the following information.
The exe is Exchng32.exe size 83,776 bytes dated 3/11/96 version 4.00.837.6.
The opening splash screen states:
"MS Exchange for Win95 Version 4"
This is full Exchange, not MSMail.
So far, when I run the setup off our NT 3.5x server via DUN, it fails at
the 100% point, complaining about MPR.dll. I am told by the Lan techs here
it is only compatible with Win95. Is this so?
I have run setup using NT workstation with and without the current service
pack. Same lack of results each time.
I can run the setup on a spare home Win95 pc if absolutely necessary but am
hoping to install email on my NT pc.
I would appreciate any advice you may offer.
> In Addition to what dustin said , users can also setup their own rules
> the inbox assistant (should they want to do it w/o the admin's
> >Hi all,
> >In Unix, users can use a .forward file to redirect all mails from his
> >account to
> >any email account on the Internet. Can an exchange user do this??
> >How can it be done on Exchange 5.0?
> >Can the Exchange 5.0 Server do this for the user?
> The opinions expressed in this message are my own and do
> not reflect the official views of NetiQ Corporation.
> Dennis Brazil [MVP, MCP-Exchange]
> Mgr, Technical Support
> NetiQ Corporation
> [Microsoft MVP]