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Outlook settings in custom Office 2003 installation

Posted on 2005-03-03
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I am trying to create a custom Office2003 installation using the Custom Installation Wizard from the resource kit.  I want to specify the exchange server that Outlook should usein the custom setup but I can't find a place to do this.  The mailbox names match the usernames.  Any ideas?
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Have you created a PRF file?

How to create a PRF file for configuring MAPI profiles during a custom installation of Outlook 2002 (308300)

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