WSE Outlook 2012
WSE Outlook 2012 can run a server-installed copy of Microsoft Outlook from any computer just as if it were running directly on the local computer. Outlook runs in its own fully resizable window with its own entry in the taskbar. Its popup windows are redirected to the local desktop, its notification area icons (if any) appear in the local computer’s notification area, and the local computer’s drives and printers can be redirected to it; making a completely seamless “Outlook” experience for your end-users.
With WSE Outlook 2012, a single server-side installation of Microsoft Outlook can be accessed by up to 25 users of your network. Each user is provided with full access to their very own instance of Outlook. They’ll enjoy access to their mail, calendars, people, and tasks from any Windows-based computer on your network, from almost anywhere using your server’s built-in Remote Web Access website, or from Mac, iOS, Android, and Windows RT computers and devices.
Before installing the WSE Outlook 2012 add-in, you will need to install a licensed copy of Microsoft Outlook (2013, 2010, 2007, or 2003) directly on your server.
Once you have Microsoft Outlook installed, you can go ahead and install the WSE Outlook 2012 add-in (just as you would any other Windows Server Solutions .WSSX add-in).
After the WSE Outlook 2012 add-in has been successfully installed, open the server Dashboard application, click on the new “WSE Outlook” item in the navigation pane, and choose which users you want to allow access to WSE Outlook 2012.
WSE Outlook 2012 can be used completely free of charge for up to 21 days. To continue using WSE Outlook 2012 after that, you will need to purchase a license and register the add-in. Click the “Buy Now” button, located in the sidebar of this page, to purchase a license for WSE Outlook 2012. Upon receipt of payment, you will be sent personalized registration information along with detailed instructions on how to register the add-in.
For complete information on installing and using WSE Outlook 2012, please see the ReadMe.txt file included with the download.