What's the difference between Outlook, Outlook Express, and Outlook Web Access?
They are three different Microsoft email programs.
Outlook: The primary email programmed used on Seattle University owned computers. Windows computers may be using Outlook XP or 2003 whil Macintosh computers may be using Outlook 2001 in Mac OS 9. This programmed is pre-installed with the computer's image.
Outlook is a popular email program because of it's email capability as well as it's networked calendar, contacts, and Public Folder features.
Outlook Express: Although this program is often installed on a purchased computer and it can be downloaded for free from Microsoft's website, it is not recommended for Seattle University business use. Outlook or Outlook Web Access are recommended.
For more about the differences between Outlook and Outlook Express, please visit http://office.microsoft.com/assistance/preview.aspx?AssetID=HA010565781033&CTT=6&Origin=EC010553071033.
Outlook Web Access (OWA): The primary email program used off-campus by faculty, staff and students. OWA now looks more like the full version of Outlook. When using OWA, you have two choices, those using IE 5.0 or higher and with a fast (DSL or faster) Internet connection can use the Premium version, all other browser users, or those with modem Internet connections should use the Basic version. You can access OWA at http://owa.seattleu.edu.