Accessing the Exchange Server

When you have installed the Connector, an Exchange button is available in the shortcut buttons. The Exchange button is used only to access public folders and to perform certain Exchange actions like delegation and password management, subscribing to other user's calendars, tasks, and contact folders.As well as any folder related operations for calendars, tasks, and contact folders.These tasks include adding, deleting, renaming folders, and selecting folder permissions. Use the regular Mail tool for mail, the Contacts tool for contacts, and the Calendar tool for your schedule.

If you are using both an Exchange account and a local mail account, you should be aware that whenever you save an e-mail address or appointment from an e-mail message, it is saved in your Exchange contacts list or calendar, rather than in your local account. The same is true of synchronization with Palm OS devices; tasks, appointments, and addresses from your Palm OS device are synchronized with those in the Exchange folders rather than local folders.

To avoid unnecessary strain on the server, the Global Address List (GAL) appears empty until you have searched for something in it. If you want to display all the cards in the list, click in the search box and press Enter. This enters a blank search, and every card appears.

To access public folders, click the + next to All Public Folders, this expands the list to show all available public folders. Select the folder to access, then right-click the folder name. Select Add to Favorites.