I'm running outlook 2003 on a Windows 2003 Server. One of my users has their Outlook files in a workstation and I would like it to be on the server so they can access their outlook from any workstation using their roaming profile.
Any idea how to change the user that has their files on one workstation. All my other users have it that way.
War suggestion above about importing to a second folder tree may get you in trouble ( there's more work to be done if you START with his method) ..... be careful. There is a better way.
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