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Trying to get archives file onto a CD that may be read from CD directly by Outllook

Posted on 2004-04-12
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Hi,
I have backed up all my emails from 2003 into an archives file into and with  microsoft outlook 2000.
If this archives file remain onto hard disk, I have full possibility to see, modify or erase any emails.
But this file is over 600 MG Bytes and I would hope to burn this file onto a CD and just get possibility to see the emails, as I have no intention on deleting or modifying, just consulting.
I have burnt this file onto a CD but when into service I request Outlook to create a link for consultation I have an autorization issue not allowing me to create this link.
Pls help
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Sorry, you cannot put a PST file on CDROM and then access it.  Outlook must have read\write access to the file.

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=KB;EN-US;Q178756&
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