Office 2003 .MSI

Posted on 2006-04-17
Last Modified: 2008-01-09
On the Office 2003 CD, there are two MSIs for Outlook 2003, (OUTL11.MSI and OUTLS11.MSI). What's the difference between the two files? The reason I ask is I’m repackaging Outlook 2003 separate from Office.
Question by:dasmcse
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    Hello dasmcse,

    OUTL11.MSI = Outlook Professional
    OUTLS11.MSI = Outlook Standard

    hope this helps a bit

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