Exchange 2003 / Outlook 2003: Personalized form with button


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Oskar Vaia

Hi,

i have create a personalized task-form with one button and check-boxes.
Only the user 'x' where the form is installed on his client-pc (in his
Outlook-mailbox - task-folder), can click on the button and use the
check-boxes.

Well, on my Outlook i have activate with my mailbox the mailbox from user
'x' as an additional mailbox, where i can see in his task-folder his tasks.
I have configured the task-folder from the mailbox of user 'x' so, that i
can not modify his tasks. But this setting will not consider the button and
the ceck-boxes on the form.

Now i want to be able to check with a VB-Script, if i have open a task from
user 'x' on my additional mailbox or a task of my mailbox. How can i do
this?
If there is a possibility to do this, so i can enable or not the button and
the checkboxes.

thx & bye

Oskar
 
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Oskar Vaia

Hi Sue,

thx for the answer. This is what i need.
I have found the setting to do in Outlook.
Only one question: if i want it more securelly, can i do something with a
script?
Because if a user change the setting in Outlook he can run the code behind a
form in other mailboxes.
And i would be sure, that he can't run it!

bye

Oskar
 
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Sue Mosher [MVP-Outlook]

I'm not sure what you're asking. There is no per-mailbox setting for this. You can control the setting, however, with Group Policy Objects.
 
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Oskar Vaia

Hi Sue,
You can control the setting, however, with Group Policy Objects.
so i can prevent the setting for

"Allow script in shared folders"

with Group Policy Objects? Have i understand right?

bye

Oskar
 
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Oskar Vaia

Yes.
Can you please help me to accomplish this?
Exists an administrative template where i can set the relative properties
for the group policiy, at first for this property
"Allow script in shared folders"?

bye

Oskar
 
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