prf and ost files.


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The NomaD

we deploy prf files with startup scripts. if the user logs on to a different
machine Outlook creates a new ost-file. if there is already an existing
..ost, is there a way to configure the ..prf to append to it instead of
creating outlook0.ost, outlook1.ost, outlook2.ost, etc.. ?

Thanks.
 
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Diane Poremsky [MVP]

No, because OST are local files, not stored on the network. You would need
to use classic mode for the roamers.

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The NomaD

thanx, but we set OST files on the network through ForceOSTPath reg key
(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/896591/en-us).

we want to use same ost file, when user run prf file second time.

iletisinde þunu yazdý said:
No, because OST are local files, not stored on the network. You would
need to use classic mode for the roamers.

--
Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]





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The NomaD said:
we deploy prf files with startup scripts. if the user logs on to a
different machine Outlook creates a new ost-file. if there is already an
existing .ost, is there a way to configure the ..prf to append to it
instead of creating outlook0.ost, outlook1.ost, outlook2.ost, etc.. ?

Thanks.
 

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