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Posted on 2004-04-05
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I have a custom form that sends email alerts when a work flow task is completed. I would like to add the public folder hyperlink to where the form is posted. This is no problem but currently it opens a new window. I would like it to change the users inbox view to the public folder so the user still has there folder list showing on the left.
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Did you try (if the sent alert is using plain text only (does not work in HML))
<outlook://Public Folders/All Public Folders/Name of your Public Folder>

Angle brackets are necessary as there are blanks in the given path

Stefri
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