Set archive mail path default for all users

Posted on 2006-05-25
Last Modified: 2011-09-20

How do i set Outlook203 to  archivie to  M: username\archive.pst by default
username = login name

Question by:ellandrd
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    Accepted Solution

    Following link will give you the information you need:

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    Good Luck!
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    Author Comment

    will this work for citrix?
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    Assisted Solution

    Yeah, Citrix just manages the connection to the server, but setting like .pst default locations are not citrix specific.
    These types of settings should work whether or not you use citrix.


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