Connector for Microsoft Outlook User's Guide

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Starting with Oracle Communications Unified Communications Suite 7.0.6, and Delegated Administrator and Calendar Server 7.0.5, the documentation for Connector for Microsoft Outlook 8.0.2, Contacts Server 8.0, Instant Messaging Server 9.0.2, Delegated Administrator, and Calendar Server 7.0.5 is available on the Oracle Documentation site at

Oracle Communications Connector for Microsoft Outlook User's Guide

This page contains information for Connector for Microsoft Outlook 8.0.1 and will not be updated in the future.

This User's Guide explains how to use the Setup Wizard to install and configure the Connector for Microsoft Outlook on your desktop. This guide also describes how to use the Connector for Microsoft Outlook through the user interface.

Connector for Microsoft Outlook will let you and your coworkers use Microsoft Outlook as your email and calendar application while connected to Communications Suite servers. The Connector software performs necessary ongoing communications between Outlook and the Communications Suite servers, so that you will have access to your new mailbox and full use of your calendar, address book, and other Outlook features.

This guide consists of the following chapters:

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