Store files on Exchange Server instead of local drive

My computer stores e-mails on its local drive, and I want to change it back to storing on Exchange Server.  How do I do this?
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mark-waCommented:
What version of Outlook is this?
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mark-waCommented:
In Outlook 2000:
To set the delivery location, follow these steps:

1. On the Tools menu, click Services.  
2. In Services, click the Delivery tab.  
3. In the "Deliver new mail to the following location box," click to select where you want to send and receive messages.
If you set up a computer to use Remote Mail, you must click the name of a personal folder file. If you set up a computer to use offline folders, you must click the name of your Microsoft Exchange Server mailbox.  
4. Click OK.  
5. Quit and restart Outlook.  

For Outlook XP (2002):
1. On the Tools menu, click E-mail Accounts.
2. Click View or change existing e-mail accounts, and then click Next.
3. In the Deliver new mail to the following location box, click to select the .pst file where you want to send and receive messages.
4. Click Finish.
5. Quit and restart Outlook.

Outlook 2003 should be similar.

Mark
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