FAQ - OXtender 2 for MS Outlook


OXtender 2 for MS Outlook

No, maybe later. This is currently in planning.

Open-Xchange disadvise this. Especially by using of group appointments, it will be happen duplicates on the server.

No, for the use of OXtender 2 for Microsoft Outlook, it is useful to create a new profile for a initially full synchronization of the server content.

Yes, OXtender 2 for Microsoft Outlook has a special plug-in to define Mail Filter.

Yes, this is possible.

For PIM Objects the answer is currently ‘No’; this is scheduled for he next version of the OXtender. For mails (HTML Mails) the RTF is fully supported.

Yes

No, this functionality is not available

Yes

When setting up a synchronization profile, the user can decide whether the client or the server has priority when synchronizing data.

For PIM Objects this is correct. For e-mail this depends on the mail infrastructure installed with the Open-Xchange Server. Some mail systems may only support PUSH for the INBOX.

No, maybe later.

It is possible to send e-mails and faxes from within Word via the OXtender 2 for Microsoft Outlook . It isn't necessary to start Microsoft Outlook. This is possible via an attend/unattend mode

This is correct

This depends on the Outlook Version. From Outlook 2003 a Unicode PST can store up to 20 GB.

Yes, this limit actually exists and you can only store that number of objects in one folder. Objects exceeding that limit need to be stored in a separate folder or in a subfolder.

Yes, for example, it is possible to send e-mails and faxes from within Word via the OXtender 2 for Microsoft Outlook . It isn't even necessary to start Microsoft Outlook.

Yes, the synchronized directory tree is conform

The goal for the new Open-Xchange OXtender has been to provide a native integration between Microsoft Outlook and Open-Xchange Server. Some special features of Microsoft Outlook (e.g.

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