Set default folder in Outlook 2003 to be an Exchange public folder
Posted on 2006-11-09
I've just set up a few computers & SBS2003 system, with 2 shared calendars and 1 shared contacts folder. When a user clicks on the 'Contacts' side task item in Outlook 2003, I don't want them to see their own contacts folder; I want it to default to the public Contacts folder instead.
Also, when clicking the Calendar side task item in Outlook, I want it to default to showing the two public calendars side-by-side and to not show the user's calendar. Is this possible, because I am getting complaints from the users forgetting to de-select their local folders and select a public folder when they want to add a new item.