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How would I disable the ability for someone to user "Data File Management" and/or Personal folders in Outlook 2003, but at the same time, keep this option avialable for specific individuals?
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Group Policy can do this for you.

http://support.microsoft.com/support.aspx?kbid=896515

You will need to have deployed SP2 for Office 2003.

Then it comes down to group policy configuration to control who gets restricted (or not as the case may be).

Simon.
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