Outlook 2003 and Exchange 5.5


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gtnardi

All of my users use Outlook 2003 to connect to a Exchange 5.5 mail
server. We utilize roaming profiles and .pst files. Each user has
their own workstation, but we also have some common workstations that
allow for scanning. If a user is logged in at their normal
workstation with Outlook running and locks the computer, then proceeds
to log in to the common workstation to scan a document and opens
outlook to send it, would this create a problem? I haven't noticed
any issues and wanted to see if anyone knew of or has encountered any.

Thanks,
Greg
 
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Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook]

If you are using Exchange mailboxes and not .pst files (why use .pst files with exchange? not really feasible with roaming profiles anyway), then you should be able to send from Outlook. What problems have you encountered that raised this issue?

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Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook]

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After furious head scratching, (e-mail address removed) asked:

| All of my users use Outlook 2003 to connect to a Exchange 5.5 mail
| server. We utilize roaming profiles and .pst files. Each user has
| their own workstation, but we also have some common workstations that
| allow for scanning. If a user is logged in at their normal
| workstation with Outlook running and locks the computer, then proceeds
| to log in to the common workstation to scan a document and opens
| outlook to send it, would this create a problem? I haven't noticed
| any issues and wanted to see if anyone knew of or has encountered any.
|
| Thanks,
| Greg
 

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