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We're using Senmail on the Back end
But Outlook2000 on the client end
And we do us pst files to store our e-mails that we pull down from the
Sendmail box.

AM


Quote:
> If using an Exchange server (you don't say), you shouldn't use .pst files
at
> all (excpet for archiving).  See FAQ below.

> Regards,
> Andrew Dadmun
> Senior Network Engineer - e-Builder, Inc. - http://www.*-*-*.com/
> MS Exchange Server FAQ - http://www.*-*-*.com/

> Post in a newsgroup, read the response in a newsgroup.
> *~*~*    Questions not answered via email    *~*~*



> > I have users that logon to the local machine & to a network.
> > What's the best way to set up their Outlook2000. So they won't lose any
> > mail?
> > Should I make sure the PST file points to the same dir on but
> configrations?
> > The OS we're running is Windows2000 pro.

> > Thanks,

> > AM



Sun, 02 Mar 2003 03:00:00 GMT  
 Local logon & Network Logon
    Configure Outlook to work off a PST file that is on a network share (in the User's folders perhaps)...  then backup these PST files every night.

Sincerely,
Daniel Melameth, MCSE

Quote:

> We're using Senmail on the Back end
> But Outlook2000 on the client end
> And we do us pst files to store our e-mails that we pull down from the
> Sendmail box.

> AM



> > If using an Exchange server (you don't say), you shouldn't use .pst files
> at
> > all (excpet for archiving).  See FAQ below.

> > Regards,
> > Andrew Dadmun
> > Senior Network Engineer - e-Builder, Inc. - http://www.e-builder.net/
> > MS Exchange Server FAQ - http://www.swinc.com/resource/exch_faq.htm

> > Post in a newsgroup, read the response in a newsgroup.
> > *~*~*    Questions not answered via email    *~*~*



> > > I have users that logon to the local machine & to a network.
> > > What's the best way to set up their Outlook2000. So they won't lose any
> > > mail?
> > > Should I make sure the PST file points to the same dir on but
> > configrations?
> > > The OS we're running is Windows2000 pro.

> > > Thanks,

> > > AM



Sun, 02 Mar 2003 03:00:00 GMT  
 Local logon & Network Logon
I have users that logon to the local machine & to a network.
What's the best way to set up their Outlook2000. So they won't lose any
mail?
Should I make sure the PST file points to the same dir on but configrations?
The OS we're running is Windows2000 pro.

Thanks,

AM



Mon, 03 Mar 2003 00:25:19 GMT  
 Local logon & Network Logon
If using an Exchange server (you don't say), you shouldn't use .pst files at
all (excpet for archiving).  See FAQ below.

Regards,
Andrew Dadmun
Senior Network Engineer - e-Builder, Inc. - http://www.e-builder.net/
MS Exchange Server FAQ - http://www.swinc.com/resource/exch_faq.htm

Post in a newsgroup, read the response in a newsgroup.
*~*~*    Questions not answered via email    *~*~*


Quote:
> I have users that logon to the local machine & to a network.
> What's the best way to set up their Outlook2000. So they won't lose any
> mail?
> Should I make sure the PST file points to the same dir on but
configrations?
> The OS we're running is Windows2000 pro.

> Thanks,

> AM



Mon, 03 Mar 2003 00:36:28 GMT  
 
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