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  2. Outlook on the web - Wikipedia

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    Outlook on the web (previously known as Exchange Web Connect, Outlook Web Access, and Outlook Web App) is a personal information manager web app from Microsoft.It includes a web-based email client, a calendar tool, a contact manager, and a task manager.

  3. History of Microsoft Exchange Server - Wikipedia

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    Version 5.0 also introduced a new Web-based e-mail interface called Exchange Web Access, which was rebranded as Outlook Web Access in a later service pack. Along with Exchange Server version 5.0, Microsoft released version 8.01 of Microsoft Outlook , version 5.0 of the Microsoft Exchange Client and version 7.5 of Microsoft Schedule+ to support ...

  4. Microsoft Exchange Server - Wikipedia

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    Exchange Server 2003 also featured a version of OWA for mobile devices, called Outlook Mobile Access (OMA). Microsoft Exchange Server up to version 5.0 came bundled with Microsoft Exchange Client as the email client. After version 5.0, this was replaced by Microsoft Outlook, bundled as part of Microsoft Office 97 and later.

  5. Ajax (programming) - Wikipedia

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    The utility of these background HTTP requests and asynchronous Web technologies remained fairly obscure until it started appearing in large scale online applications such as Outlook Web Access (2000) and Oddpost (2002). Google made a wide deployment of standards-compliant, cross browser Ajax with Gmail (2004) and Google Maps (2005).

  6. Firefox version history - Wikipedia

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    Firefox was created by Dave Hyatt and Blake Ross as an experimental branch of the Mozilla browser, first released as Firefox 1.0 on November 9, 2004. Starting with version 5.0, a rapid release cycle was put into effect, resulting in a new major version release every six weeks.