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Is it possiable to have your network shares come up in outlook 2003 ? I have Exchange server 2003 with Outlook 2003. I would like to have my data network share show up as a folder in my outlook 2003. This would allow me to move mail and attachments by dragging instead of file save as. Time crunch.
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No.  The only way you can drag e-mail so another location is by setting up a PST on your local drive then opening that up in your outlook client.
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I was hoping to keep the e-mails on the mail box store of the mS Exchange 2003. Then if possible to make a link to the data shares of the network like the mapped network drives. I would like the mapped drives or shares on the server to show up in Outlook 2003 on the client workstation. This would allow me to drag an e-mail from a client to thier folder on the network share or mapped drive. Time saver. Like in Outlook you have Mailbox %username% then All Public Folders / i would like to add s:\ (mapped network drive) or add a folder within the s:\
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