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Could not open PST in CD media?

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Is it build this way that we could not open *.PSt file from the CD Media. IS there a way to convert the PST file so that I could still use CD media to store my offline folders? Or any patches?

I MUST USE THE CD MEDIA FOR MY OFFLINE FOLDERS.
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You can only open PST files on media to which you have Write access. If you copy the PST file to your hard drive when you need it, you'll be able to open it.
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Edited text of question.
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IF I MUST USE THE CDROM MEDIA FOR KEEPING THE PST FILES, DOES IT MEAN I COULD NOT OPEN IT AT ALL?
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