Outlook 2007: View an exchange calendar in a PST profile


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myalo

I have two profiles:
Exchange - mainly for calendar and contacts as it works best with
iPhone. No need to run iTunes to sync (I cannot stand having iTunes
installed on my laptop just of sync contact to the phone
PST - all my emails from different pop and imap server. As I have
different domain I am using email with, I need to reply from each
domain. No problems. Works good. iPhone is very good at having
multiple pop /imap accounts.
Is there a way to manage the exchange contact in the profile of the
emails (pst) or being to send emails from the different account from
the exchange profile (after I add the outlook.pst to the profile). I
can see the emails but cannot answer using the PST account.

Is it possible to open two profiles side by side?

Thanks
Moshe
 
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Roady [MVP]

Why do you have 2 mail profiles?
Add your mail accounts to the mail profile that holds the Exchange server.
You can then use the Accounts button under the Send button to select your
sending account (if you are not sending via the default). By design, upon
replying and forwarding you'll be using the account you received the message
with.
 
M

myalo

I tried that first. If I do that and have one profile which is the
exchange one with the pst "attached" then the outgoing email originals
and replies, will always comes out of my email set in the exchange. I
cannot "delegate" and send email from exchange using an external email
- or am I wrong. When I try, I get an error.
In a PST profile, I can change the From: to the different emails I am
using.
So back to the original question:
Is there a way to manage the exchange contact in the profile of the
emails (pst)
Thanks
Moshe
 
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Roady [MVP]

You don't select an account by specifying the From field but by using the
Accounts button under the Send button. So you can mix Exchange and POP3
accounts in a single mail profile and still be able to control by which
account you are sending out. This also makes sure that all information from
each account is available in a single mail profile which is what you wanted
in the first place, right?

Without an Exchange connection it is impossible to access the Contacts
folder on the Exchange server within another mail profile.
 

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