Outlook 2003 Popup Messages

Posted on 2005-05-09
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Last Modified: 2008-02-01

We've recently migrated to Outlook 2003.  Since then, I've had many users wondering what all the popups within the system tray are referring to.  I would like to disable the following popups, as they don't pertain to the users directly and generally cause more concern than they should:  "Show exchange server messaged", "Show network warnings", and "Show network connectivity changes".

Anyone have any information on the registry keys which will turn these off?  Can they be applied via a group policy?

Thanks in advance.

Question by:rj4510
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traval earned 1000 total points
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Yes, that question came up just the other day.  The client side registry keys which control this are documented here:


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