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With Outlook for Mac 2011, Hosted Exchange is now available for Mac desktop and laptop computers. Now Apple users can learn what Windows users have known for years: Microsoft Exchange is the standard in business-grade email and collaboration.
Outlook 2011 is a powerful personal information manager. When it's combined with a Microsoft Exchange Server, you get all the power of Outlook 2011 plus the ability to communicate and collaborate with everyone in your organization. You can find people quickly in the Global Address List, check their schedules in Calendar, share or delegate work, and more.
Configuring your Hosted Exchange Email account in Outlook 2011 allows you to keep your email synchronized with the Exchange server. Now your email is accessible when you are at your desk, when you are on the road, or from any web browser. When you send and receive email or make updates either in Outlook 2011 or in Outlook Web Access, the changes are automatically synchronized for you.
Take your to-do list on the road with you by adding your tasks using Outlook for Mac 2011. You can set start dates, due dates, reminders and even recurrence. And best of all, they’re accessible when you’re out of the office through Outlook Web Access.
By creating contacts in Outlook 2011 they will be automatically saved the Exchange Server. This allows you to access your contacts wherever you are. And with ActiveSync you can keep your contacts up to date on your mobile phone, including the Apple iPhone.
Notes allow you to take your ideas or information off the little disposable squares of paper and online onto the Exchange server. They allow you to share information that you may need later, without having to formally document them.
Public folders allow you to collect, organize and share information with other people in our organization. You can post messages, events, contacts, and even file attachments.
For more information on how to configure your myhosting.com Professional Exchange account in Outlook for Mac 2011, please refer to this Wiki article.