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Historic Outlook Question

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Hi Folks:

I understand that Exchange Server v5.5 included a 16-bit client for Microsoft Outlook, in addition to a client for DOS based computers.

My question is, does any one have any screenshots of these applications? The curiosity is killing me, and I'd love to see what these applications looked like.


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Background info. Also here. Maybe someone has it and provide screenshots. :unsure:

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Wow! This was a doosie. It really must be hard to find...lol.

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Is there a better forum where I could have posted this question? I mean no disrepect, but I just want to find out more about these legacy products. This thread has reached a dead end here.

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Found a copy to install onto v3.1 (it looks like Outlook 97 running in Windows NT 3.51). However there is no POP support right out of the box.

Interesting to observe anyhow.




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