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Outlook Express with Active Directory

Posted on 2004-08-05
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After implimenting Active Directory on our computers I have had a few problems/questions with Outlook Express.

1.) Is there any way to have Outlook Express information 'follow' the user from computer to computer? If so, how is this accomplished

2.) Even if I can or cannot have Outlook Express follow the users from computer to computer how can I adjust various settings to do with Outlook Express. The main settings I need are:

Under 'Options' Setting 'Check Message Every' to 1 minute
Under 'Security' Unchecking 'Do not allow attachments to be saved or opened that could potentially be a virus.'

I may need to change more settings in the future but I know I need to change those settings across the board and would like to do it without logging into each user and changing them manually.

Thanks!
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Check this out:

http://www.ai.uga.edu/aicenter/UsingRoaming.html

It will probably awnser your question.
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You can implement roaming profiles to users, but the mail is'n't roaming, only the user's credentials. Some said that you can configure Outlook Express to store mail in a network location (users home folder), this setting could be tested.
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